Wednesday, January 30, 2013

SCOTUS Clinton says we must take action to make sure the democratic revolution isn't hijacked by extremists

Mental illness?  Swamp gas?  The lights of Venus?  What the hell is she thinking...or smoking, for that matter.  Incredulous doesn't even begin to cover my reaction, and I have seen her do some weird S*%T in her time on the Hill.  At least she will be gone soon...oh, wait, Kerry will replace her.  Why does that not make me feel better?

From FOXNews January 29

Hillary Clinton on Egypt: ‘We Must Make Sure the Revolution Isn’t Hijacked By Extremists’

Hillary Clinton went ‘On the Record’ with Greta Van Susteren in her final days as secretary of state. Regarding the escalating crisis in the Middle East, particularly in Egypt, Van Susteren asked Clinton her thoughts on what’s going to unfold and if the U.S. should intervene.

Clinton said, “I think that post the Arab revolutions that took place in Egypt, and Libya, and Tunisia, […] there was always going to be a period of adjustment.”

She said the U.S. must work with the international community and the people in Egypt to ensure that the revolution isn’t hijacked by extremists. Clinton acknowledged that “it’s hard” to go from decades under one man or one party rule to democracy.

Van Susteren asked about President Mohammed Morsi’s past statements about Israel and an Egyptian senior aide recently saying that the Holocaust didn’t exist. She asked pointedly, “Is Morsi with us or against us?”

With that kind of confidence in our supposed friends, what chance does Israel have?

Clinton answered, “We were quite concerned about those statements and the Egyptian presidency repudiated them and reaffirmed a commitment to the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty.”

Having spoken with Morsi, Clinton says he has “a lot of the right intentions.” She remained cautious, saying, “We have to you know, keep pushing forward and yet call it like we see it when we think something is not appropriate.”


American Delight said...

The revolution was invented by extremists, carried out by extremists, and brought extremists into power.

In Libya, "we came, we saw, he died," Hillary cackled, as Qaddafi was murdered by people even crazier and more extreme than Qaddafi himself.

Yes, at least she'll be gone soon like you say, but she'll start running for president in what, about 18 months from now?

Barry Sommer said...

And we know that the attention span of the average American is about 8 seconds, so in the intervening time the public will forget what she did and said, and when it is brought up we will be told it doesn't matter, that was the past and we really should let the past go. Sad really, but no surprise when you know how compromised the WH is.