Clinton’s Hell

Clinton’s Hell

Today is the day – fifteen years ago and all that.

What does presidential candidate Hillary Clinton have to say about it?

“I remember one image so indelibly, [a firefighter] dragging his ax, and it was as close to depiction of hell that I’ve ever personally seen.”

Spend in week in one of the hells you have created, Hillary. Try Libya for a week – without Marines or secret service agents; if you are lucky enough to survive seven days, get to a boat to take you across the Mediterranean; if you are really lucky, you might survive even this.

Go to Syria. Live in Aleppo for a while. Try going to the market; go to a Christian church; mingle with the people. See how that goes.

How about Iraq? Afghanistan? Yemen? Ukraine? Try each of them for seven days – no Marines, no private security, no secret service. Just you, Hillary. Live like one of the people.

In other words, Hillary – before you try to fool us with your crocodile tears about the hell you have seen, why don’t you go to hell first – go to the hells you have created on earth. Give us a first-hand report.

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Nice post. It seems that Donald Trump spoke truth in blaming Hillary and Barak for Isis. The game is the same whether it is foreign or domestic policy. First, destabilize, either nation state, or industry, then cry about the human costs caused by the destabilization, then use the tragedy of human costs to justify official intervention.