Star Parker at Townhall has a few items of interest to those with a keen Sixth Sense in regards to The Czarina, Hillary (Rodham or no Rodham?) Clinton.
I assume that Senator Clinton’s campaign hopes that most folks will not read “Her Way,” by New York Times reporters Jeff Gerth and Don Van Natta, Jr., or the New York Times Magazine article adapted from the book, “Hillary’s War.”
Anyone that does will appreciate the transparently false picture that the Senator is transmitting about why she voted in 2002 to authorize going to war in Iraq.
That right there is a mouthful all in itself. A blogger could go on for pages and pages alone!
The Senator’s vote has become a point of discussion because of her reluctance to clearly explain her thinking then. Unlike Senator Edwards, she refuses to simply say she was wrong and express regret.
On the other hand, there has been no clear statement that at the time it was the right decision. One may assume that the latter is unpalatable for her because it would give credibility to President Bush.
God forbid that we should give credibility to the CIC in a time of war and send the proper message to the Islamists that desire strongly…NAY!…lustfully, yearn for America’s death. We wouldn’t want them, the enemy, to get angry at us or anything like that. Right? After all, they have been attacking America since the early 1970s. What’s one more attack in the light of political posturing for political gain at the expense of American citizens and their lives, safety and prosperity?
One last tid-bit from the article before I take up pages and pages of this blog just on this article. Feel free to jump in and comment AFTER reading the article. And don’t lie about having read it. I have been reading it for a day or so…I know what’s in it.
In one sense of consistency, we expect liberals to be allergic to personal responsibility and to seek every opportunity to be the victim. Here, Senator Clinton does not let us down.