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War supported by Hillary =\ Hillary's war.
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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post

Slower than yours.
Apparently you slower to read. I actually posted links to the email leaks from wikileak.
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

War supported by Hillary =\ Hillarious war.
FTFY
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

War supported by Hillary =\ Hillary's war.

Actual running presidential cantidate who actually emphasized back than and now these policies .
https://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/18328
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

War supported by Hillary =\ Hillary's war.

 

Fine pedant.  Pick one of these out of the bloody pile then:

 

http://antiwar.com/blog/2014/04/29/hillary-clinton-the-democratic-partys-pro-war-anti-civil-liberties-front-runner/

 

Hillary Clinton has always been unashamed of her extremely hawkish and right-wing positions on national security and foreign policy issues.

 

Writing at Reason magazine, Steve Chapman explains how Clinton “is a long-standing and unblushing advocate of frequent military intervention abroad.” She voted for the war crime of invading Iraq, urged an even bigger surge in Afghanistan as secretary of state, and was the leading advocate within the Obama administration for strong military action in both Libya and Syria, Chapman reminds us.

 

She is even on the hawkish end of the spectrum on Iran: “Going back to 2007, she has stressed the option of launching airstrikes to keep Tehran from getting the bomb.”

 

The Democratic Party, which nominated Obama because he represented a more prudent approach to foreign policy, apparently is happy to do a 180 with Clinton. She may relish the chance to distinguish herself from her former boss, reports The New York Times, by “presenting herself in her book and in any possible campaign as the toughest voice in the room during the great debates over war and peace.” Not the wisest; the toughest.

 

Proving one’s toughness by endorsing war is a habit of American politicians, particularly Democrats wary of being portrayed, as Obama has, as naive and vacillating. This option may be even more tempting for someone who aspires to overcome any suspicion that female politicians are weak.

 

The last is the most significant - note that as soon as Clinton vacated State, we were able to forge a multi-lateral agreement with Iran.  Electing Hillary = war with Iran, something even The Decider was smart enough to avoid.

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Originally Posted by NickCarraway View Post
 

 

Fine pedant.  Pick one of these out of the bloody pile then:

 

The last is the most significant - note that as soon as Clinton vacated State, we were able to forge a multi-lateral agreement with Iran.  Electing Hillary = war with Iran, something even The Decider was smart enough to avoid.

I dont think that it is being pedantic at all. The way you wrote it places 100% of the blame on Hillary, which is patently false (though the truth of that is pedantic to you).

 

Also - just because X happened after Y, does not mean that Y causes X.

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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

I dont think that it is being pedantic at all. The way you wrote it places 100% of the blame on Hillary, which is patently false (though the truth of that is pedantic to you).

Also - just because X happened after Y, does not mean that Y causes X.



She was directly implicated by votting pro in intervention in iraq war just one of what policies she chose.. What you talking about?
She was among those who made it possible by votting it instead if vettoing it.
Also as a presidential cantidate she is chossing to follow the same policies.
Which part you missing ?

Edited by satrorianogreco - 6/15/16 at 10:39am
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^ Trump is a dove? What have I missed here? A lot of Dems voted for the war based on some sort of misinformation by I forget who.
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^ Trump is a dove? What have I missed here? A lot of Dems voted for the war based on some sort of misinformation by I forget who.

So she chose to back up same policy again in libya, afghanistan and now advance herself that policy in syria?
https://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/18328
Well shit she shure has a lot of misinformation.
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Originally Posted by satrorianogreco View Post

So she chose to back up same policy again in libya, afghanistan and now advance herself that policy in syria?
https://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/18328
Well shit she shure has a lot of misinformation.

I'm not sure what point you're trying to make, can you please explain?
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

I'm not sure what point you're trying to make, can you please explain?
She followed all this time a neocon policy on steroid, in case you missed it by choice.
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Originally Posted by satrorianogreco View Post

She followed all this time a neocon policy on steroid, in case you missed it by choice.
Dude , they r both just trolling you.
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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

Dude , they r both just trolling you.
Good good. Sound more like fail trolling.
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Originally Posted by satrorianogreco View Post

She followed all this time a neocon policy on steroid, in case you missed it by choice.

So Bush actually invades two countries on his own initiative, but Hillary is the neocon warhawk on steroids. K.



Hillary's pretty far right on foreign policy hawkishness for a Democrat, but you guys take this shit to absurd levels.
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

So Bush actually invades two countries on his own initiative, but Hillary is the neocon warhawk on steroids. K.



Hillary's pretty far right on foreign policy hawkishness for a Democrat, but you guys take this shit to absurd levels.

Apparently Hillary was behind it all, controlling the whole government on her own. Hillary's wars, you know.
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