Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Hillary Scariest Candidate

Hillary Clinton, in a poll by the Associated Press-Ipsos, was voted as the candidate who would be the scariest Halloween costume.


But, what's really scary is Hillary's horrific history.
Robert M. Duncan, a journalist from HumanEvents.com, writes about Hillary, "according to a book written by two veteran New York Times reporters, Hillary in 1992 listened in on secretly-recorded phone conversations of political opponents. But what is truly amazing is that, while she is eager and willing to listen in on political opponents, she has fought against giving our intelligence experts the tools they need to monitor terrorists who might be calling to activate their sleeper cells in the United States.
It is a stunning stance. Here is an individual who is willing to listen into conversations conducted by political opponents, and yet, as she vies to be our next President, she opposes conducting surveillance against terrorists as they plan to kill Americans. Can she possibly be serious?
Earlier this year, she said that she would “of course” support funding for the troops. But then she turned around and voted against emergency funding for our men and women in uniform. And when MoveOn.org went so far as to attack the loyalty of our commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, Hillary was in the small minority who voted against a Senate resolution condemning the vicious smear.
The pattern holds on issue after issue. She’s shifted her position on using strong interrogation techniques on terrorists. She is seeking advice from Sandy Berger, a man who admitted to stealing and destroying classified national security documents. She refuses to give straight answers on questions about how she would keep rogue nations like Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
The question ultimately is whether Hillary is more serious about our safety or about winning her election."


1 comment:

Randy said...

Your election poll needs serious work! Two of your choices have dropped out and you failed to include Congressman Paul.

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