Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Hillary "MrsSatan" Clinton
Changes The Rules At Halftime
"I believe that we lost critical time in dealing with Iran because the White House chose to downplay the threats and to outsource the negotiations," Ms. Clinton said, according to a transcript of the speech published by The Daily Princetonian. "I don't believe you face threats like Iran or North Korea by outsourcing it to others and standing on the sidelines."
Since 2002 Britain, France and Germany have led talks meant to assure that Tehran's nuclear program would not give it the capacity to build weapons. The three countries last week declared that Iran's decision to resume nuclear research had brought the talks to an end, and, with the United States in support, asked that the matter be sent to the United Nations Security Council for possible action.
She has such an interesting "take" on Iran. Let's see if I understand her rhetoric. Had Bush dealt with Iran without consulting France, Germany and other countries, she would have criticized his actions for acting "unilaterally".
Instead, Bush says "okay", letting France and Germany take the lead - just like the Dems advocate, letting other nations take the diplomatic route - and she says Bush "outsourced negotiations."
You can't win with her and other Dems who have this same mode of thinking when they change the rules of how the game is played during halftime. Besides, how can any Liberal be upset that France and Germany advocated for the Iran issue to be sent to the U.N. Security Council? Why, last I checked, according to Liberals, the U.N. is the answer to everything!
As for North Korea, I can sum up the Clinton Administration's policy in one word: appeasement.
chrys at petifogs sent me this link and I immediately thought of you. So forgive me if you've seen it before.
I think your comment may have cut off the link, but I'm pretty sure I know which one you mean from Chrys at Pettifog cuz I'm on her list of recipients for her.
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