CRANKY CLINTON HAS YET AGAIN SPAT ON POTENTIAL VOTERS.
FRIDAY, THE CORRUPT POLITICIAN INSISTED "A TACO TRUCK ON EVERY CORNER "SOUNDS ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS."
TACOS AREN'T NORMALLY LOW CARB -- HENCE THE AT HOME RECIPES TO CUT THE CARBS.
CRANKY'S NOW INSISTING THAT IN A COUNTRY WITH DIABETES RATES SKYROCKETING THAT THE ANSWER TO A BETTER AMERICA IS EVEN MORE HIGH CARBS IN SOCIETY, IN FACT, A TACO TRUCK ON EVERY CORNER.
YET AGAIN, SHE PUTS PANDERING FOR VOTES AHEAD OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND PUBLIC SAFETY.
FROM THE TCI WIRE:
In an article posted last night at THE WASHINGTON POST, Michael Kranish attempts to explore Hillary Clinton's support of the Iraq War. Though probably one of the best pieces on the topic in the last two years, it actually raises more questions than Kranish is aware.
For those who may be too young to remember, in October of 2002, the Congress voted to give Bully Boy Bush power to go to war. It's an illegal war. Remember that because we're coming back to it -- it more than anything else demolishes Hillary's 'defense' -- a point Kranish doesn't even allude to.
Hillary voted for the illegal war. No surprise in hindsight, she's a war monger.
Kranish notes that she now has a history of pinning her vote on Bully Boy Bush.
He then notes her advisors, including her husband Bill Clinton, were also urging her to vote for the Iraq War.
But this 'mistake' is not treated as a mistake by Hillary.
Blaming others for your vote is not taking accountability.
Krainish never even touches on it -- despite the fact that in last week's NBC forum, Hillary was again blaming Bully Boy Bush for her vote.
Ava and I explored this terrain earlier this week in "TV: NBC airs abstract art"
Here's some more reality that wasn't noted about Hillary.
She doesn't take responsibility.
She voted for the Iraq War.
She can't even be honest about that.
I was wrong.
Almost three years ago we went into Iraq to remove what we were told -- and what many of us believed and argued -- was a threat to America. But in fact we now know that Iraq did not have weapons of mass destruction when our forces invaded Iraq in 2003. The intelligence was deeply flawed and, in some cases, manipulated to fit a political agenda.
It was a mistake to vote for this war in 2002. I take responsibility for that mistake. It has been hard to say these words because those who didn't make a mistake -- the men and women of our armed forces and their families -- have performed heroically and paid a dear price.
The world desperately needs moral leadership from America, and the foundation for moral leadership is telling the truth.
Before you say, "Good for Hillary," that's not Hillary.
That's John Edwards penning a 2005 column for THE WASHINGTON POST.
"I was wrong."
"It was a mistake to vote for this war in 2002."
"I take responsibility for that mistake."
And here's Hillary:
Hillary Clinton: Look, I think that the decision to go to war in Iraq was a mistake. And I have said that my voting to give President Bush that authority was, from my perspective, my mistake.
Going to war was a mistake, she insists.
But the only mistake she'll admit was giving Bully Boy "Bush that authority."
She's not taking responsibility.
She's bring up Bully Boy Bush, she's bringing up her opponent, she's doing everything but taking responsibility.
She won't own her mistake and she clearly won't learn from it.
That's not taking responsibility,
John Edwards, in his column quoted above, took responsibility.
Hillary tries to worm out of it by blaming everyone.
If she were your child and she'd dented the car and she started whining about how this friend or that friend --
You'd stop her right there.
You'd tell her the issue was that she dented the car.
But with Hillary Clinton, it's always drag other people into it, refuse to take responsibility.
That's a very glaring character flaw.
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