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Title: CLINTON: TROOPS WILL REMAIN IN IRAQ IF IM ELECTED
Description: SHE SAY WHAT!?!


FacistFalangistFool - March 22, 2007 02:50 AM (GMT)
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WASHINGTON, March 14 — Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton foresees a “remaining military as well as political mission” in Iraq, and says that if elected president, she would keep a reduced military force there to fight Al Qaeda, deter Iranian aggression, protect the Kurds and possibly support the Iraqi military.

She said in the interview that there were “remaining vital national security interests in Iraq” that would require a continuing deployment of American troops.

The United States’ security would be undermined if parts of Iraq turned into a failed state “that serves as a petri dish for insurgents and Al Qaeda,” she said. “It is right in the heart of the oil region,” she said. “It is directly in opposition to our interests, to the interests of regimes, to Israel’s interests.”

Patriot76 - March 22, 2007 07:40 PM (GMT)
BS!

There is no way ms. "If I had known then what I know now..." would change her entire platform. If she is serious, she is just as hypocritical as the rest.

FacistFalangistFool - March 23, 2007 02:50 AM (GMT)
Well apparently she did. There it is in plain text.

I didn't just pull this out of my you-know-what.

This, however, doesn't mean I'd vote for her. She can't seem to decide whats right. Troops or no troops, clinton. Tell us straightforward.

apushholla - March 23, 2007 11:29 PM (GMT)
I think we need a Presidential candidate who is willing to stick to what he/she says in the first place. It's crazy how, right at the end or in the middle, they change what they say or change a few words around so they can find a loop hole; then, when they are later being criticized for "lying" they can say.." well when I said this i really meant this." It really annoys me....


dimmick - March 24, 2007 01:50 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (apushholla @ Mar 23 2007, 06:29 PM)
I think we need a Presidential candidate who is willing to stick to what he/she says in the first place. It's crazy how, right at the end or in the middle, they change what they say or change a few words around so they can find a loop hole; then, when they are later being criticized for "lying" they can say.." well when I said this i really meant this." It really annoys me....

Welcome to American politics. :rolleyes:

Patriot76 - March 26, 2007 09:43 PM (GMT)
You speak the truth...unfortunately.

Brandon - April 18, 2007 11:54 PM (GMT)
hm, and i wonder where this came from... i'd have to say fox news

FacistFalangistFool - April 19, 2007 03:02 AM (GMT)
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hm, and i wonder where this came from... i'd have to say fox news

Yeah? Because I'd have to say the New York Times. Click the link, it knows. ;)


[R@v3N] - January 13, 2008 05:54 PM (GMT)
This is why America's not ready for a woman president. They always say things and then change it around later to fit their needs. Politicians....maybe they should try speaking to those that are in Iraq, have been to Iraq, or maybe even the friends and family or our troops. Maybe then their lies will be more "well-rounded".

Essyne - January 14, 2008 01:18 AM (GMT)
QUOTE ([R@v3N] @ Jan 13 2008, 05:54 PM)
This is why America's not ready for a woman president. They always say things and then change it around later to fit their needs.

It's not that we're not ready for a woman; we're not "ready" (if you'd call it that) for Hillary.

voiceofthevoiceless - January 31, 2008 03:04 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (apushholla @ Mar 23 2007, 11:29 PM)
I think we need a Presidential candidate who is willing to stick to what he/she says in the first place. It's crazy how, right at the end or in the middle, they change what they say or change a few words around so they can find a loop hole; then, when they are later being criticized for "lying" they can say.." well when I said this i really meant this." It really annoys me....

There is. His name is Ron Paul.

Cloaked - January 31, 2008 10:54 PM (GMT)
The problem would then be: Do you want Ron Paul to do what he is saying?

Essyne - January 31, 2008 10:57 PM (GMT)
:P




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