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Hillary: Stop North Korea – By Disarming

Back in December 2007 we posted excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s magnum opus on foreign policy from the highly prestigious (to some) magazine, Foreign Affairs:

Security and Opportunity for the Twenty-first Century

By Hillary Rodham Clinton

November/December 2007

The Bush administration has opposed talks with our adversaries, seeming to believe that we are not strong enough to defend our interests through negotiations. This is a misleading and counterproductive strategy. True statesmanship requires that we engage with our adversaries, not for the sake of talking but because robust diplomacy is a prerequisite to achieving our aims.

The case in point is Iran. Iran poses a long-term strategic challenge to the United States, our NATO allies, and Israel. It is the country that most practices state-sponsored terrorism, and it uses its surrogates to supply explosives that kill U.S. troops in

Iraq. The Bush administration refuses to talk to Iran about its nuclear program, preferring to ignore bad behavior rather than challenge it. Meanwhile, Iran has enhanced its nuclear-enrichment capabilities, armed Iraqi Shiite militias, funneled arms to Hezbollah, and subsidized Hamas, even as the government continues to hurt its own citizens by mismanaging the economy and increasing political and social repression.

As a result, we have lost precious time. Iran must conform to its nonproliferation obligations and must not be permitted to build or acquire nuclear weapons. If Iran does not comply with its own commitments and the will of the international community, all options must remain on the table.

On the other hand, if Iran is in fact willing to end its nuclear weapons program, renounce sponsorship of terrorism, support Middle East peace, and play a constructive role in stabilizing Iraq, the United States should be prepared to offer Iran a carefully calibrated package of incentives. This will let the Iranian people know that our quarrel is not with them but with their government and show the world that the United States is prepared to pursue every diplomatic option.

Like Iran, North Korea responded to the Bush administration’s effort to isolate it by accelerating its nuclear program, conducting a nuclear test, and building more nuclear weapons. Only since the State Department returned to diplomacy have we been able, belatedly, to make progress.

Neither North Korea nor Iran will change course as a result of what we do with our own nuclear weapons, but taking dramatic steps to reduce our nuclear arsenal would build support for the coalitions we need to address the threat of nuclear proliferation and help the United States regain the moral high ground

To reassert our nonproliferation leadership, I will seek to negotiate an accord that substantially and verifiably reduces the U.S. and Russian nuclear arsenals. This dramatic initiative would send a strong message of nuclear restraint to the world, while we retain enough strength to deter others from trying to match our arsenal. I will also seek Senate approval of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty by 2009, the tenth anniversary of the Senate’s initial rejection of the agreement. This would enhance the United States’ credibility when demanding that other nations refrain from testing. As president, I will support efforts to supplement the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty

Something to bear in mind as the North Koreans roll out another ICBM for an April Fools Day launch.

From a shocked Associated Press:

Musudan Ri, North Korea, formally know as Taepo-dong missile ...

Musudan Ri, North Korea, formally know as Taepo-dong missile launch facility, the area where North Korea rocket launch facility is located is seen in this QuickBird satellite image by DigitalGlobe taken on March 23, 2009.

North Korea positions rocket for April liftoff

By JEAN H. LEE

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea has mounted a rocket on a launchpad on its northeast coast, American officials said, putting Pyongyang well on track for a launch the U.S. and South Korea warned Thursday would be a major provocation with serious consequences.

Pyongyang says the rocket will carry a satellite, but regional powers suspect the North will use the launch to test the delivery technology for a long-range missile capable of striking Alaska. They have said the launch — banned by the U.N. Security Council in 2006 — would trigger sanctions.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton warned such a "provocative act" could jeopardize the stalled talks on supplying North Korea with aid and other concessions in exchange for dismantling its nuclear program.

"We have made it very clear that the North Koreans pursue this pathway at a cost and with consequences to the six-party talks, which we would like to see revived," Clinton said Wednesday in Mexico City.

"We intend to raise this violation of the Security Council resolution, if it goes forward, in the U.N.," she said. "This provocative action in violation of the U.N. mandate will not go unnoticed, and there will be consequences."

Sigh.

If only we had listened to the smartest woman on earth and gotten rid of more of our nuclear weapons, the North Koreans would have never dared to be so naughty.

Still, a stiff letter to the New York Times United Nations will settle their hash kimchee.

This article was posted by Steve on Thursday, March 26th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

43 Responses to “Hillary: Stop North Korea – By Disarming”

  1. BannedbytheTaliban says:

    I guess those eight years of fruitful negotiations by the Clinton administration really paid off. I’m mean, all those consession they were receiving had slow down their progress some. I don’t know who is more clueless, the politicians or the electorate.

  2. Odie44 says:

    Did she really say “as President…” in the last line?

    Am I reading it wrong?

    And for the 598th time Hillary – we defeated the former Soviets in the arms race by ADVANCING OUR NUCLEAR CAPABILITY AND TECHNOLOGY. When your hubby did nothing to halt the rampant nuclear black market trade – the “open source project” became available to any rogue nation – which was kicked off by the rouse of “nuclear non proliferation”.

    Add in Russia’s stated goal of growing their own military, combined with potential “launch points” in Venezuela and Cuba – it is clear what the Russians are doing. They just told you so.

    This is not the time for diplomatic pandering to parties that have zero stake in our REAL challange and direct threat from Russia. Those parties will do what they can to make money on the backs of “non nuclear arsenals”, through obstructive UN proceedings, votes, posturing – yet like France for the past 40 years – will have no problem with up to 25% of GDP being in the weapons black market.

    • Colonel1961 says:

      We defeated the Soviets by advancing our anti-ballistic missile capabilities, e.g., Safeguard, SDI, thereby forcing the Soviets to devote more of their very limited resources to additional ICBMs – it had nothing at all to do with advancing our nuclear capability. And I don’t want to get into a pissing contest about this – I know the facts. I was there.

    • Odie44 says:

      Col –

      I don’t question your comments or time there, but as to why my comment “advancing our nuclear capability and technology” would elicite such a response?

      Is there such a thing as a straw man pissing contest?

      An intercontinental ballistic missile, or ICBM, is a long-range (greater than 5,500 km or 3,500 miles) ballistic missile typically designed for nuclear weapons delivery, that is, delivering one or more nuclear warheads. Due to their great range and firepower, in an all-out nuclear war, submarine and land-based ICBMs would carry most of the destructive force, with nuclear-armed bombers the remainder.

      ICBMs are differentiated by having greater range and speed than other ballistic missiles: intermediate-range ballistic missiles (IRBMs), medium-range ballistic missiles (MRBMs), short-range ballistic missiles (SRBMs), and the newly-named theatre ballistic missiles. Categorizing missiles by range is necessarily subjective and the boundaries are chosen somewhat arbitrarily

    • Colonel1961 says:

      Didn’t mean to be harsh, merely concise, as it was the actual trade-off back in the day, not a strawman (but you probably would not have known that, nor would most folks – even today). We (the USA) did not think the addition to or advancement of ICBMs, i.e., ‘nuclear capability and technology’ would have the desired effect. We had already passed the point of mutually-assured destruction (MAD), so adding 1,000 new (or better) warheads was beyond the point of diminishing returns.

      But, if we could convince the USSR that we had a shield, they could only respond with many more ICBMs (and the requisite decoy technologies – a big deal and that’s all I can say), or a shield themselves, at considerable expense to them, i.e., more than a one-to-one exchange, and put them out of business. It destroyed their economy, as planned. God bless Ronal Reagan.

      I guess the chip on my shoulder is related to Star Wars (SDI) and the lack of recognition it has received. It was the coup de grace of the USSR, plain and simple, and I hate for anything else to get credit or mention…

  3. Odie44 says:

    Ahhh, I see it was 2007, my bad.

  4. Liberals Demise says:

    WE …..are soooo lucky to have her sell us down the river with no raft or paddle.
    And to think she could have been POTUS instead of Oblomy. How fortunate!!

    • MinnesotaRush says:

      geezuz .. she thinks she is ..

      “As president, I will support efforts to supplement the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty… ”

      Wait till o-blah-blah finds out. He’ll be pissed.

  5. Confucius says:

    Maybe Obama can YouTube a poem of peace. (And remind them He Won.)

  6. Trialdog says:

    Aahhh yes. Unilateral disarmament as a demonstration of moral superiority which will lead to total world disarmament and peace and love and we’ll all sing kum-ba-ya while holding hands at the U.N. wearing colorful native attire! I’m so excited!
    S&Lers will recall vague discussion about some thesis our Dear Leader wrote while at Columbia. The content of the glorious thesis is still top secret I think. I seem to recall however, that the topic had something to do with nuclear disarmament.
    I bring this up simply because I am The Messiah’s age, attended undergraduate and graduate school when he did. I went to law school when he did. We attended different high profile schools. Yet, I recall one of the hot button topics for “serious” students of international relations was unilateral disarmament. (The U.S. should because we threaten the Russians was the main point.)
    The topic was sophistry then as it is sophistry now.
    It is fascinating to watch though. We really do not have a foreign policy right now. All indications are that we will not have much, if any, foreign policy in the future. Obama seems to be gearing up to employ a very apologetic foreign policy based on weakness. As such, a disaster is unfolding. Meaningless drivel and mindless platitude has now overtaken serious thought.
    So, for fun, I clicked over to a website called Foreign Policy. I recall reading their magazine when I was in school. I clicked on a link to a survey of “top” international relations professors at our “top” international relations schools. I wanted to learn what the “hot” button issues are today and maybe, just maybe, read something about the impending disaster the Obama administration is ushering in.
    The “most important” foreign policy issue, by far, according to these “experts” teaching at our most prestigious universitites is….wait for it…..drum roll please….”global warming.” I kid you not.
    While I would still like to read what Obama wrote in his thesis and compare that to his foreign policy ineptitude today, I don’t think it is necessary. I have a pretty good idea what he wrote and how silly it was, is, and will be, forever.

  7. Rusty Shackleford says:

    “To reassert our nonproliferation leadership, I will seek to negotiate an accord that substantially and verifiably reduces the U.S. and Russian nuclear arsenals. This dramatic initiative would send a strong message of nuclear restraint to the world, while we retain enough strength to deter others from trying to match our arsenal.”

    Yup, Kim Jong Il places great weight on what any post-menopausal western female would say. I’m sure, right now…he’s reading and re-reading what she has written with fear, desperate to try to appease her in any way. Maybe get a backrub from her…who knows?

    In a way, those two would probably really hit it off. Maybe take in a movie… He’s short…she’s short….but taller than him (I hear he likes that) they both like snappy, professional clothing….like to keep the same hairdo…his makes him look taller….hers makes her……look taller.

    They both speak gibberish.

    They both think the US is evil.

    They both like old movies….in fact they ARE old movies.

    She likes Korean food….he likes old movies.

    She likes to find ways to take people’s money to fuel her own agenda. He has no agenda–He just takes.

    They both hate George Bush

    They both hate Bill Clinton.

    Seems a perfect match.

  8. Reality Bytes says:

    For some reason the sound of corduroy rubbing together reminds me of our Secretary of State.

    Is it me, or does Mrs. Clinton seem somewhat smaller in her new role? Kinda former first lady like trying to play a bigger part. Interesting…

  9. GL0120 says:

    If only we’d be good citizens of the world and disarm we’d have no more problems with Iran, N. Korea, Russia, etc.; we’d be a satellite of one of them!

  10. canary says:

    Q. Why doesn’t Mexico have an Olympic team?
    A. Because all the Mexicans who can run, jump or swim are already in the United States .
    ———————————————————–
    THE COUNTRY OF TEXAS

    Please note that Texas is the only state with a legal right to secede from the Union. (Reference the Texas-American Annexation Treaty of 1848.)

    We Texans love y’all, but we’ll probably have to take action since B. Hussein Obama won the election. We’ll miss you too.

    Here is what can happen:

    #1: Barack Hussein Obama becomes President of the United States, Texas immediately secedes from the Union.

    #2: Ross Perot will become the President of the Republic of Texas.

    So what does Texas have to do to survive as a Republic?

    1. NASA is just south of Houston, Texas. We will control the space industry.

    2. We refine over 85% of the gasoline in the United States.

    3. Defense Industry–we have over 65% of it. The term “Don’t mess with Texas,” will take on a whole new meaning.

    4. Oil – we can supply all the oil that the Republic of Texas will need for the next 300 years. Yankee states? Sorry about that.

    5. Natural Gas – again we have all we need and it’s too bad about those Northern States. John Kerry will have to figure out a way to keep them warm….

    6. Computer Industry – we currently lead the nation in producing computer chips and communications–small companies like Texas Instruments, Dell Computer, EDS, Raytheon, National Semiconductor, Motorola, Intel, AMD, Atmel, Applied Materials, Ball Miconductor, Dallas Semiconductor, Delphi, Nortel, Alcatel, etc, etc. The list goes on and on.

    7. Medical Care – We have the largest research centers for cancer research, the best burn centers and the top trauma units in the world, as well as other large health centers. Dallas and Houston have some of the best hospitals in the United States .

    8. We have enough colleges to keep us going: University of Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Rice, SMU, University of Houston , Baylor, UNT (University of North Texas), Texas Women’s University, etc. Ivy grows better in the South anyway.

    9. We have a ready supply of workers. We could just open the border when we need some more.

    10. We have essential control of the paper industry, plastics, insurance, etc.

    11. In case of a foreign invasion, we have the Texas National Guard and the Texas Air National Guard. We don’t have an Army, but since everybody down here has at least six rifles and a pile of ammo, we can raise an Army in 24 hours if we need one. If the situation really gets bad, we can always call the Department of Public Safety and ask them to send over Chuck Norris and a couple of Texas Rangers.

    12. We are totally self-sufficient in beef, poultry, hogs, and several types of grain, fruit and vegetables, and let’s not forget seafood from the Gulf. Also, everybody down here knows how to cook them so that they taste good. Don’t need any food.

    This just names a few of the items that will keep the Republic of Texas in good shape. There isn’t a thing out there that we need and don’t have.

    Now to the rest of the United States under President Obama:
    Since you won’t have the refineries to get gas for your cars, only President Obama will be able to drive around in his big 9 mpg SUV. The rest of the United States will have to walk or ride bikes.

    You won’t have any TV as the Space Center in Houston will cut off satellite communications.
    You won’t have any natural gas to heat your homes, but since Mr. Obama has predicted global warming, you will not need the gas as long as you survive the 2000 years it will take to get enough heat from Global Warming.

    Signed, The People of Texas

    P.S. This is not a threatening letter – just a note to give you something to think about!

    • proreason says:

      You forgot one.

      Texans aren’t cowards.

    • canary says:

      oops, and another. Texas will be green rich, when every federal owned hospital and clinic is handing out free marijuana in the U.S. And Texas grows alot of cotton too. And food is tax-free.

    • 4USA says:

      hey canary…y’all also have Austin…which means the rest of you don’t mean squat. Not to mention the Bush mentality (another mistake). As far as that moron Perot? He gift-wrapped the POTUS for Clinton. Thanks for that!!!

      There are some great conservatives in Texas, but TEXAS ain’t the answer, collective conservatism is. Stop with the machismo and grow up. There are as many gays in Texas as there are in San Francisco…not that there’s anything wrong….get over yourselves already and try to understand our real problems as a country. This ain’t about Texas.

      I truly wish y’all were all what you think you are, but unfortunately, y’all ain’t nothing. Wear your hats and boots and run your mouths, but you’re nothing but legend. There’s nothing else. You might as well be wearing a dress or a costume as a cowboy hat. It’s all the same.

      Mosquito balls.

    • canary says:

      hey 4USA do your mosiqito balls make it difficult for you to be a sadist? I allready know “This ain’t about Texas”. I don’t even live in Texas, but we wear cowboy boots and hats in my state since before you were born. What are you, a suit in patent leather shoes.
      And could you explain your following remarks.

      “not that there’s anything wrong….get over yourselves already and try to understand our real problems as a country.”

      do explain, since you are superman with all the answers?

      “I truly wish y’all were all what you think you are, but unfortunately, y’all ain’t nothing… There’s nothing else. You might as well be wearing a dress or a costume as a cowboy hat. It’s all the same.”?

      Please tell us how great you are, since that’s what you seem to want to talk about. I’m not a mind reader.

    • Reality Bytes says:

      Canary: As a Yankee, I know we can be like hemorrhoids. “Sure, we come down for a while but sooner or later we go back up.” But, I gotta tell you, if there’s a God in heaven, he’s from Texas cause with all those burnt offerings in the Bible, you know he loves barbeque!

      Though I only get to visit – my love for Texas is great. With the best food, music and fishin around (well actually it ain’t fishin’ it’s catchin’), settled by immigrants who made something out of the place only to have Mexico decide that the dirt patch they ignored for so long could turn some tax dollars their way – hence the war & Texas victory that won their independence.

      The difference between Texas & the Mexican states to your south are language & their forefather’s lack of ability, will or both to fight for their own liberty. Like you Texans, they came from Europe too. Unlike you Texans, they didn’t have the balls or the backing from US Presidents Jackson & Tyler.

      Imagine the possibilities of a free Mexico that is secured within its borders. Where a middle class can thrive & live free from the threats of corruption & worse. If it can happen in Iraq, it can certainly be attained in Mexico.

      If Obama wanted to get on the right side of something, he wouldn’t put the American military on the border. He’d put the American on the other side of the border with General David Patraeus & his crew in charge – secure the local towns & cities, kill the bad guys & get commerce goin’ again back and forth across the border.

      Thank God it’s Friday & long live the Great Republic of Texas. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to call the local feed store as to where the hell my hardwood charcoal order is for this weekend’s cookin’. Gotta keep the good Lord smilin’ after all. You know he does love a good smoke even if it is from Jersey (BBQ from NJ. Thank God for his grace!).

    • canary says:

      RealityBites, I”m not from Texas, but was stationed in the Army there for awhile; my brother-in-law was also stationed there El Paso, and have occasionally talked of settling there. If we were there we’d be cleaning up the border. I agree with your statement, on going into Mexico. Mexico would be smart for the oppurtunity. Don’t like their b.s. of keeping our U.S. guns and ammos, and refusing to proove it. And then Hillary backing them up why we are obligated to help them, yet Obama wants just feds over there. I know the corruption of feds, but at this point, think Obama is trying to get the knowledgable one’s killed off, so he can put his regime in there, and regime he can trust to not watchdog he and his new oOllah Left Army, recruits from ACORN. Mexico owes us for taking care of them. And they should be willing to serve in every way to make your idea a possiblity.

      And as far as whatever the heck oOllah Obama meant by billions in transportation, there sure isn’t any available for U.S. to go help Fargo, ND, or Texas, AZ, Republican states. Plenty of US Anerican volunteers are out there, unlike ACORN motto “this is my house” b.s.

  11. canary says:

    Hillary’s Bill & Obama should take more responsiblity for Mexican drug’s being smuggled into America do to the high demand. I’d think Obama and Hillary should take a little responsiblity and provide more aid to the border. Course rumors were Bill flew the snow in to Arkansas. Obama inhaled, and inhaled, and inhaled.

  12. 4USA says:

    Hillary Clinton is proof positive that almost anyone could do the job of Secretary of State. Also, that brain-dead speaker of the house, what’s it’s name….Pelosi, is another example of the totally incompetent rising to position of importance. I’d pay a thousand dollars to see Pelosi take a legitimate IQ test. If she is above 100, I’d eat my foot.

    • Odie44 says:

      Agrred.

      Every time Pelosi attempts to speak, make a point or extole something useful, I keep seeing Cheri Otari from SNL skits, back about 10 or so years ago. Wide eyed, dumb as rocks, confused , blabbering idiot.

      “500,000,000 jobs a month!!!”

    • ATexThang says:

      As a Texan, I must say I was about ready to track you down and kick yer ass. But since your Pelosi comment made me laugh out loud, I’ll forgive ya. It’s the way I roll.

      But I’m still puzzling over your comment that there are as many gays in Texas as in San Francisco. That’s probably true; Texas is a big state. But what was your point? Nobody’s hating on the gays around here. At least 80% of the homophobia I see comes from the loving, inclusive types. (If you know what I mean and I know that you do.)

  13. BigOil says:

    This must be that smart appeasementdiplomacy Democrats drone on about.

    Like Iran, North Korea responded to the Bush administration’s effort to isolate it by accelerating its nuclear program, conducting a nuclear test, and building more nuclear weapons.

    The smartest woman in the world appears to have a selective memory. Hubby BJ was so busy chasing interns, he couldn’t be bothered by North Korea while they were developing their nuclear program. After all, with the diplomatic brilliance of liberals like Madeline Halfbright and Jimmah Carter, what could ever go wrong?

  14. joeblough says:

    I was going to just start pulling quotes at random and dissecting. But that inspired me to actually read some of it.

    I can’t do it. I’d be commenting on every other word.

    This woman is a moron. A highly trained moron to be sure. But a complete “empty can” as my grocer used to say.

    What little she says is close to meaningless. But most of it says nothing.

    This is truly the affirmative action presidency. All credentials all the time.

    All sizzle. No steak.

  15. joeblough says:

    I was going to just start pulling quotes at random and dissecting. But that inspired me to actually read some of it.

    I can’t do it. I’d be commenting on every other word.

    This woman is a moron. A highly trained moron to be sure. But a complete “empty can” as my grocer used to say.

    What little she says is close to meaningless. But most of it says nothing.

    This is truly the affirmative action presidency. All credentials all the time.

    All sizzle. No steak.

    But it will afford the boys in Pyon Yang some light amusement.

  16. heather08 says:

    I’ve read little about that fact that, about a week ago, North Korea took three US citizens who were filming on their border into custody and have not released them. One was the sister of Lisa Ling, who quit the View a few years ago. Reports are that they were working for Al Gore! But regardless of who they were working for, why hasn’t this been publicized and why hasn’t our diplomat-in-chief, Mrs. Clinton, secured their release?

    • Liberals Demise says:

      I’ll try and answer that for you heather08………

      N.Korea only allows Kim Jock Ick to wear polyester. They think that it is a insult for Hilda to wear the same pant suit as Mr. Ick.
      It’s said that the only thing Kim and Hilda have in common. They both stand up to relieve themselves.

      Side question: If we were to disassemble their rocket, would we find a American gyro guidance system that the Clintons sold the Chinese back in the 90’s?

  17. canary says:

    Hillary’s statement is full of falsehoods and condradictions. Her and Obama complained for two years in debates that Iran was the country we should be concerned about, and not Iraq. The democrats said it was just Iran’s leader that was bad, not the country.

    And communication was worthless. After all it was Hillary that gave Iran’s leader a Kings welcome to NY insulting 9/11 survivors and hero’s, and it did no good.
    Joe Biden just said Afganistan was the heart of the only 5% of bad terrorists.
    And she’s says all cards are on the table, a term Rice used,
    Then turns around and saying the last administration failed for not telling Iran and N. Korea, were are going to reduce our U.S. nuclear threat will solve.

    This administration aren’t even on the same page, and it sounds like Obama’s speech writer wrote this chibberish for Hillary. Or Obama’s rumored ghost writer Bill Ayers wrote it. lol.

    • Odie44 says:

      Excellant points canary. Dems embraced the “peanut under the shell” game to discredit anything Bush did and had the balls to directly point out other nations as the “culprit”. Well, the “culprit’s” are now getting video messages, which are denounced immediately; “unilaterial nuclear nonsense”, as a reaction to a missle ON the pad as we speak; all the while conducting the very same successful Bush policies they denounced (Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, GITMO, etc.)

      Dangerous politicking in dangerous times.. the DNA of liberals.

    • canary says:

      Also, Cowboy boots can also be used if going in a unsafe area, as pointed toes, can give a slight edge if needed. Cowboy hats are good for preventing sun cancer, We have lot’s of small farms, ranches, in my state, no matter where you live. They are there. No big city life.

  18. Yarddog1 says:

    We have become the laughing stock of the entire world. We have no might, no pride, and no balls. A large percentage of our population has no idea what patriotism really is. Unity is non-existent. We could not fight another world war because we couldn’t find enough brave souls with American values to participate. The “silent majority” allows itself to be dictated to by special interests and power hungry politicians who do not have the interests of the American people as a priority. It is confusing and very difficult to understand why and to what end these elitist are leading us down the road to doom. Why the rush to destroy the American way of life? It appears to be OK for the elitists and politicians to profit wildly and commit tranparent fraud suffering no consequences. Judgment day is approaching quickly. Do we lie down like submissive dogs or do we DEMAND better?

  19. ATexThang says:

    “As president, I will support efforts to supplement the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty… ”

    State must have loaded TOTUS for Hilda’s trip by mistake, instead of her own ‘prompter.

  20. Right of the People says:

    If the Hildabeast is the purported “Smartest Woman in the World”, what does that make San Fran Nan? Just thought I’d ask.

  21. Right of the People says:

    Didn’t want to go there but I heard she’s had more women than Bill.

  22. canary says:

    Hillariho, you and obamho choke on your lies. And while your in Mexico get Mexico to give back all weapons and ammo stolen from U.S.A. Mexico claims to have confiscated.

    OBAMA: “Senator McCain mentioned Henry Kissinger, who is one of his advisers, who along with five recent secretaries of state just said we should meet with Iran – guess what? – without preconditions.”
    FACT CHECK: Kissinger did call for high-level negot

  23. Rusty Shackleford says:

    “We intend to raise this violation of the Security Council resolution, if it goes forward, in the U.N.,” she said. “This provocative action in violation of the U.N. mandate will not go unnoticed, and there will be consequences.” …

    Hillary (tapping foot and glaring strongly). I SAW you….and I’m going to count to three. One………two………two and a half…….two and three quarters…………two and five eighths…………

    Honestly….who does she really think is gonna take her seriously?

    Not even the dog would listen to this crazy beeaoch

  24. aze_216 says:

    true statesmanship??? her idea is to get a toy button with screwed up messages to give to a serious diplomat and expect that will “do something”?? that’s smart?
    These people are so ignorant it’s scary. Obama is making videos to pass on his kind regards and admiration to the Iranians, Hillary’s playing with toys and issuing grave threats to North Korea the likes of which has them shaking in their boots.
    The leaders of the countries formerly known as the axis of evil must be laughing their buns off over this turn of events and I’m sure the people formerly known as terrorists are paying attention as well.

  25. Lipstick on a PIAPS says:

    These clowns are going to make Jimmy Carter look like Harry Truman. It will be interesting to see how bad it will really be by 2012.


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