Shryke Posted April 8, 2016 Share Posted April 8, 2016 12 minutes ago, DireWolfSpirit said: Point in fact, the original comment was that "Hillary" is more like Thatcher than Hillary Rodham Clinton. It's an acknowledgement of how she has painstakenly projected herself as a moderate since 9-11. The insinuation is that she, as an pro interventionist, pro regime change, pro police state Hillary has slid down the slippery slope and has become something that when she started in politics, she would've opposed. To get from Hillary Rodham Clinton to Hillary she became something that many of us aren't confident with and view as more of the same in a long line of pro police state CIC's. Hillary has never met a regime change she couldnt fawn over, she was railing over wanting to throw out Chavez for a while as well. Ignoring that Chavez had been democratically elected multiple times. As Katrina Vanden Heuval points out in the video, it's unfair to conflate her with Bill because she is her own person, but she goes onto say that we know some of the players and inner circle another Clinton WH will put in place on foreign policy and it's long past time to see some new faces, fresh approach and different ideas put into play on foreign policy in The Nations view. So Hillary may not be Thatcher, she's just more like Thatcher than Hillary Rodham. This doesn't even make sense. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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