7 thoughts on “When Hillary Clinton is more palatable you’ve got a problem”

  1. zaperoko,
    And what does that have to do with this post which is about the President of the United States (not some low level envoy) sitting down across the table to negotiate with the illegitimate leader of some terrorist theocracy?
    I know it’s a little nuanced for some but please.

  2. No, Bush made it clear he would never negotiate with the axis of evil members and then his administration did. You can minimize the significance if you want, but what it tells me and many others is that Bush’s policy towards the axis members was more “nuanced” than originally expressed. If Obama becomes president, I expect him to keep up this nuanced approach.

  3. Reading some of the comments here and at other sites can’t help but wonder about the amount of work that some people put into saddleing us with a communist dictatorship, they actually want us to be be happy about it and accept it as natural, what is even more difficult to understand is that some of these androids are Cubans or decendants of, how many of them are Wasp Network operatives?

  4. Obama is a Socialist, no ifs or buts about it. This man is also a liar, and disgrace to intelligent individuals here in America. McCain is a slower descent into socialism. Come on are we really voting evil over evil here? There isn’t two candidates in this race, there is seven. Don’t let the MSM fool you. On the 23rd of October there will be an open debate on C-SPAN with Ralph Nader, Bob Barr, Chuck Baldwin, Cynthia McKinney, Alan Keyes (Probably), (and maybe)Barack Obama and John McCain. If the last two don’t show then that proves that they’re frauds and can’t handle being challenged and asked tough questions.

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