Maybe I Missed Something... Can Someone Explain This?

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Fri, 03/07/2008 - 12:47am.

Hmmm, Hitlery is bragging on her claims of 35 years of experience at... I don't know what...  By vote, she has held her Senate seat for 8 years... so what was she experiencing for the other 27 years?  Does anyone know?  ~  SadInAmerica

I am really worried about most of the American voters... They have no concept of what is happening.  All of the schmoozing, big teeth and handshaking and bawlin' is part of the job.  Whoever has the biggest balls get the job and total control over us.  That's pretty simple. 

These handpicked New World Order candidates don't like us, infact they could care less.  What really troubles me is the fact these voters are falling for it!  The game plan to brainwash the voters is working well, so well infact, the people are almost in a trance.  They can tell you everything they saw and parts of what they heard but never listened to the words being used. 

With the help of rigged voting machines and voters who don't have a clue what they are voting for, we will certainly see the end of our United States and life as we once knew it...  ~  SadInAmerica


Here's an article about Hitlery's 35 years of experience...

A fact check on Clinton's foreign policy claims

Sen. Hillary Clinton, fresh off crucial wins in Tuesday's primaries, has been playing the experience card heavily, particularly in regard to her role in foreign policy.


Clinton said it's her 35 years of experience that make her the best candidate to take on presumptive GOP presidential nominee John McCain in November.

After losing primaries in Ohio and Texas, Sen. Barack Obama argued the media has not held Clinton's feet to the fire on foreign policy.

"Was she negotiating treaties or agreements, or was she handling crises during this period of time? My sense is the answer is no," Obama said Wednesday.

So how do Clinton's claims stack up?

In some cases, CNN found a lack of clarity on her real involvement in foreign policy affairs. But in other cases, her claims do seem to check out fairly well.

Northern Ireland

"I helped to bring peace to Northern Ireland," Clinton said on CNN's American Morning on Wednesday.

 A Washington Post blogger accused Clinton in January of exaggerating her involvement in Northern Ireland.

But former Democratic Senate majority leader George Mitchell, who was a U.S. special envoy to Northern Ireland, told CNN that while Clinton was not directly involved in negotiations, she did play a helpful role in bringing in women's groups that made a difference.

Mitchell is a Democratic superdelegate and has not publicly endorsed Clinton or Obama.

Rep. Peter King, a Republican from New York, was also involved in the process. He recalls one late-night meeting with former President Bill Clinton, Sen. Clinton and Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams.

"There was a discussion of how the IRA would decommission its weapons. And I know that Sen. Clinton was part of that meeting," King said.


"I negotiated open borders to let fleeing refugees into safety from Kosovo," she said on CNN's American Morning.

In May of 1999, she was in Macedonia visiting refugee camps near the Kosovo border and meeting with Macedonia's president and prime minister.

Sources with knowledge of her visit say she discussed the refugees' plight with those leaders. It's not clear how much she helped since CNN reported at the time that Macedonia reopened its border to Kosovar refugees before Clinton's visit.


"I've been standing up against, you know, the Chinese government over women's rights and standing up for human rights in many different places," she said on CNN's American Morning.

During a 1995 visit to Beijing, at a time when her husband's administration was trying to press China on human rights, Sen. Clinton made a speech condemning abuses.

"No one should be forced to remain silent for fear of religious or political persecution, arrest, abuse or torture," she said.

But a former National Security Council official in the Clinton administration says Clinton didn't attend NSC meetings. So while her experience is extensive, she rarely carried an official portfolio.

Brian Todd - CNN - March 6, 2008 - posted at

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