Thursday, August 18, 2016

Election Year Simple Addition If you Dare

There was a lot of press surrounding the endorsement of Hillary Clinton by Dubya-appointed former CIA deputy director Michael Morel, but no real questions such as "why?"

He said:   "I worked with her for four years very closely when she was secretary of state and I was at the CIA. I provided her -- personally provided her some of the most sensitive information that the Central Intelligence Agency has," he said. "She never misused it. She always protected it."He added: "I would trust her with the crown jewels of the United States government. And, more importantly, I would trust her with the future security of the country and the future security of my kids."
 Interesting.  He trusts do what exactly?

 "When we were in Iraq, the Iranians were giving weapons to the Shi'a militia, who were killing American soldiers," Morell told "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose.    
"The Iranians were making us pay a price. We need to make the Iranians pay a price in Syria. We need to make the Russians pay a price."

Combine this with Kissinger's endorsement and Condi "Historical Document" Rice's endorsement and the math is quite simple: A vote for Hillary is a vote for War.   Period.  End of debate.   If you care more about stopping Trump than you do us killing more and more innocent people around the world, vote for her.

Tell him about your clean conscious-

"His name is Omran Daqneesh...He and his family were injured when their house was destroyed by an airstrike Wednesday. "

Stopping Trump and electing Clinton is a moot point to many around the world.   It is a moot point to anyone who opposes our 16 year never ending always expanding mission creep war.

1 comment: said...

Michael Morel is the one who altered intelligence to fit a politically correct narrative; along with Susan Rice. IMHO they both should have been fired but instead they got promoted . . . He presently sits on the board of a Hillary Clinton's National Security Think Tank. Democrat's version of Rumsfeld.

I agree, there's got to be a better way:

War should only be the last resort, not the first . . .

Dialogue and learning how to listen to one another should be the first and only option.

When will we learn? Peace