Monday, March 23, 2015

Don't repeat the nightmare by supporting Hillary

Richard Baehr "The president and his aides hammer Bibi Netanyahu every day, and every chance they get. The threats on what they might do to Israel keep coming. And then there are Republicans who seem proud of supporting Israel, and want the US to remain its closest and trusted ally. Take your pick. Any "Obama loves Israel”  proponents still out there? Anyone want to apologize for denigrating the columns by Ed Lasky in 2007 and 2008 that discovered all the connections between Obama and the Israel haters in Chicago and elsewhere- Ali Abunimah, Rashid  Khalidi, Bill Ayers, Reverend Wright,  Edward Said, Susan Rice, Samantha Powers, Robert Malley, and others?  All the evidence one needed to understand that Obama was going to be aggressive and ugly towards Israel once he no longer needed Jews' money or votes, were out there in plain sight. The Obama  defenders argued that Obama voted for foreign aid and he had Jewish friends , so he must be pro-Israel. Sorry, that test was insufficient then and is today."

DON't MAKE THE SAME MISTAKEAGAIN Hillary is as radical and anti israel or more.

1. Long anti Israel history
                                                            kissing Mrs. Arafat

2. Top aid Muslim Brotherhood and her ties to terrorism



4. Phoniness

5. Radical leftist socialist

What difference does it make? HUGE!!!

6. Same radical world view as Obama

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7. Takes money from many evil nations, including Iran As President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry close in on a nuclear deal with Iran, it's worth remembering that the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation received money from "a front for the government of Iran" called the Alavi Foundation.

Hillary Clinton defends Barack Obama

“Either these senators were trying to be helpful to the Iranians — or harmful to the commander-in-chief,” Clinton says.
Before taking questions about her State Department emails in a press conference, Hillary Clinton came to Barack Obama’s defense against Republican critics of talks with Iran.
“Reasonable people can disagree” about Obama’s ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran, the former secretary of state said. “But the recent letter from Republican senators was out of step from the best traditions of American leadership.”
Clinton was referring to a letter authored by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ar.) and signed by 46 other Republican senators warning Iran’s leaders that any agreement they strike with Obama can be undone “with the stroke of a pen.”
“Either these senators were trying to be helpful to the Iranians — or harmful to the commander-in-chief,” she added. “Either answer does discredit to the letter’s signatories.”
Her comments echoed the response of the president himself, who said Monday that “some members of Congress [want] to make common cause with the hard-liners in Iran.”

Clinton has long been supportive of Obama’s nuclear talks with Iran, which began in 2012 with secret contacts involving two of her top deputies while she was secretary of state. Under the emerging deal with the United States and five other countries, Iran would agree to curbs on its nuclear program in return for an eventual lifting of economic sanctions.
“So long as Iran remains a sponsor of terrorism and a threat to global security, we will have to remain vigilant in defense of our allies and partners, including Israel,” Clinton wrote in a January 2014 letter to a former Senate colleague. “Yet I have no doubt that this is the time to give our diplomacy the space to work.”
Clinton spoke during a briefing for reporters at the United States, where she fielded questions about her use of a personal email account during her tenure at the State Department.

Not surprising considering her probabale leaking of classified info to HURT Israel


A Simple Question: What Has Hillary Ever Accomplished?

By Thomas Sowell 
thomas_sowellIt is amazing how a simple question can cause a complex lie to collapse like a house of cards. The simple question was asked by Bill O'Reilly of the Fox News Channel, and it was addressed to two Democrats. He asked what has Hillary Clinton ever accomplished.
The two Democrats immediately sidestepped the question and started reciting their talking points in favor of Hillary. But O'Reilly kept coming back to the fact that nothing they were talking about was an accomplishment.
For someone who has spent her entire adult life in politics, including being a Senator and then a Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton has nothing to show for all those years -- no significant legislation of hers that she got passed in the Senate, and only an unbroken series of international setbacks for the United States during her time as Secretary of State.
Before Barack Obama entered the White House and appointed Mrs. Clinton Secretary of State, Al Qaeda operatives in Iraq had notified their higher ups, stationed in Pakistan, that their cause was lost in Iraq and that there was no point sending more men there.
Hosni Mubarak was in charge in Egypt. He posed no threat to American or Western interests in the Middle East or to Christians within Egypt or to Israel. But the Obama administration threw its weight behind the Muslim Brotherhood, which took over and began terrorizing Christians in Egypt and promoting hostility to Israel.
In Libya next door, the Qaddafi regime had already given up its weapons of mass destruction, after they saw what happened to Saddam Hussein in Iraq. But President Obama's foreign policy, carried out by Secretary of State Clinton, got Qaddafi removed, after which Libya became a terrorist haven where an American ambassador was killed, for the first time in decades.
The rationale for getting rid of Middle East leaders who posed no threat to American interests was that they were undemocratic and their people were restless. But there are no democracies in the Middle East, except for Israel. Moreover, the people were restless in Iran and Syria, and the Obama-Clinton foreign policy did nothing to support those who were trying to overthrow these regimes.
It would be only fair to balance this picture with foreign policy triumphs of the Obama-Clinton team. But there are none. Not in the Middle East, not in Europe, where the Russians have invaded the Crimea, and not in Asia, where both China and North Korea are building up threatening military forces, while the Obama administration has been cutting back on American military forces.
Hillary Clinton became an iconic figure by feeding the media and the left the kind of rhetoric they love. Barack Obama did the same and became president. Neither had any concrete accomplishments besides rhetoric beforehand, and both have had the opposite of accomplishments after taking office.
They have something else in common. They attract the votes of those people who vote for demographic symbolism -- "the first black president" to be followed by "the first woman president" -- and neither to be criticized, lest you be denounced for racism or sexism.
It is staggering that there are sane adults who can vote for someone to be President of the United States as if they are in school, just voting for "most popular boy" or "most popular girl" -- or, worse yet, voting for someone who will give them free stuff.
Whoever holds that office makes decisions involving the life and death of Americans and -- especially if Iran gets a nuclear arsenal -- the life and death of this nation. It took just two nuclear bombs -- neither of them as powerful as those available today -- to get a very tough nation like Japan to surrender.
Anyone familiar with World War II battles in the Pacific knows that it was not unusual for 90 percent of the Japanese troops defending Iwo Jima or other islands to fight to the death, even after it was clear that American troops had them beaten.
When people like that surrender after two nuclear bombs, do not imagine that today's soft Americans -- led by the likes of Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton -- will fight on after New York and Chicago have been reduced to radioactive ashes.
Meanwhile, ISIS and other terrorists are giving us a free demonstration of what surrender would mean. But perhaps we can kick the can down the road, and leave that as a legacy to our children and grandchildren, along with the national debt.
Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305. His website is To find out more about Thomas Sowell and read features by other Creators Syndicate columnists and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at

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