CRANKY CLINTON'S HAIR SHOULD BE THE LEAST OF HER SCANDALS.
BUT WITH CRANKY, EVERY OTHER WORD IS ALWAYS A LIE.
DOES SHE WEAR A WIG?
CRANKY SWEARS ON HER SAINTED MOTHER'S LATE LIFE THAT SHE DOES NOT.
BUT SHE WEASELS OUT OF WHETHER OR NOT -- KEY QUESTION -- SHE AUGMENT'S HER SENIOR CITIZEN THINNING SCALP WITH PIECES.
DOES SHE ADD PIECES TO EXISTING HAIR?
REACHED FOR COMMENT, CRANKY SNARLED, "YOU ROTTEN KIDS! I WOULD'VE GOTTEN AWAY WITH IT IF IT WEREN'T FOR YOU!"
Saturday, former Senator and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Governor Martin O'Malley and Senator Bernie Sanders took to the stage for the lowest rated political party debate so far this year.
We noted some of it in Sunday's snapshot.
Today, Bustle let Jqcqueline Derks flaunt her stupidity.
Derks felt too much time was spent on Iraq and sees it all as ancient history.
That's her opinion.
But it's her opinion.
Her opinion doesn't make her stupid.
The fact that she doesn't know the facts makes her stupid.
She writes of Sanders:
Clearly, the removal of Saddam Hussein had negative consequences like the escalation of sectarian violence. But despite ISIS's claim of statehood, it does not operate in the international order like a country, nor is it recognized as such. There is no regime to overturn. It's a non-state entity. It's difficult to understand why Sanders' brought this up in the midst of the Iraq discussion that wasn't explicitly referencing ISIS in Syria. Sanders' point simply added confusion to his already lackluster defense plan.
Oh, you stupid little twit.
The Islamic State is about overturning the Iraq regime -- in Iraq, that's what it's about.
If the dumb ass knew a damn thing about the persecution of the Sunnis, or the US government's willingnees to go along with that persecution, she'd understand why the Islamic State got a toe-hold in Iraq to begin with.
Go to the archives here, we said it was coming.
We noted in the prison breaks of 2010, for example, that the prisoners -- Sunnis -- were being aided -- post prison-break -- by the attacks on the Sunnis.
Prison breaks meant Sunnis turned their eyes and kept their mouths shut about prisoners.
They didn't turn them in.
That was the beginning of a significant shift.
The Sunnis were wrongly imprisoned
I'd love to see the dumb ass write about that.
They were disappeared -- as happened in Chile under thug Pinochet.
And who were the arrested?
Usually, they were the brother, the sister, the child, the mother or father of the suspect.
Not anyone convicted.
And when the Iraqi forces couldn't find the suspect, they grabbed family members and hauled them off.
They were disappeared.
If they were women, as Parliament established in the fall of 2012, they were beaten and raped in prison.
Bustle never showed any interest in that, did they?
This is what providing the breeding ground for the Islamic State.
Sunnis were persecuted, they were not a part of the government, and they had no stake in it as a result.
Which is why, even to this day, you get the attitude expressed by many Sunnis in Iraq that the Islamic State's battle with Iraqi forces has nothing to do with them.
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