Thursday, September 29, 2011

The Day Hillary Clinton Gave Up Her Chance To Ever Become President


You know, you gotta wonder about a woman who, after enduring her husband's infidelity for decades and his abuse of their marriage vows, would still put her husband before even her dreams of the highest political position in the country, but Hillary Clinton has done just that - I guess the old adage that the socialist movement supercedes anything else is true.

This article at American Thinker discusses the absolutely stunning turnaround of Hillary Clinton in regards to Israel and Jews - it looks at the complete pandering to New York Jews by Clinton when she really needed the votes to become U.S. Senator and now that she is Secretary of State, the new position of hers that Jerusalem really shouldn't be the capital of Israel. And that brings me to the reference to her allegiance to her husband...you see, former President Bill Clinton has a hard on for someone other than a blonde that isn't his wife....Bill Clinton has never gotten over the feud he had with Israel's Benyamin Netanyahu. You see, most people that dared to dismantle the likes of Bill Clinton usually ended up parked in a car in a Virginia park or on a plane with some faulty wiring and the fact that Israel's Netanyahu didn't follow Bill Clinton's advice like some sort of thankful puppy way back when....well, Bill never forgot it and we see now how Hillary never forgot it either.

From the article:

In a stunning reversal, Hillary Clinton has done a 180 on her position on Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, contradicting the position she took when she was New York's junior senator, and needed Jewish votes. The great Rick Richman writes in the New York Sun:

Secretary of State Clinton, in a sharp departure from her stance when she was a senator, is warning that any American action, even symbolically, toward recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel must be avoided for the reason that it would jeopardize the peace process.

Her warnings were issued in a brief she has just filed with the Supreme Court - in which she is arguing that a law she voted for when she was Senator is unconstitutional because it could require the U.S. government to give to an American citizen born at Jerusalem papers showing the birthplace as Israel.

The law requiring the government to issue such documents on request passed the Senate unanimously at a time when Mrs. Clinton was a member. But Presidents Bush and Obama have taken the position that the law infringes on the president's prerogatives in respect of foreign policy. Mrs. Clinton is being sued by an American youngster, Menachem Zivotofsky, who was born at Jerusalem in 2002 to American parents who want his birthplace to be listed on his passport as Israel.

I can only assume that speculation about Secretary Clinton running for president is now irrelevant. This is a bombshell as far as pro-Israel voters are concerned.

Obviously, this has not been the first time Hillary Clinton has stabbed the Israelis in the back - in fact, she was the first of the Obama administration to show the signs of an American shift against the long time ally when she began her vendetta against settlement expansion in the West Bank. Now, after a huge outcry, Clinton toned down her attacks after some time but once again her hatred of Netanyahu's treatment of her divine Bill rears its ugly head again.

Apparently Hillary hasn't seen the huge serving of crow that one Barack Hussein Obama has had to eat in the past two weeks in regards to America's Jews but it's obvious to me that Hillary Clinton truly doesn't have any intention of running for President again - she has basically flipped off every American in this country that supports Israel and as we all know, that is the vast majority of the country.




Hillary's Turnabout on Jerusalem


In a stunning reversal, Hillary Clinton has done a 180 on her position on Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, contradicting the position she took when she was New York's junior senator, and needed Jewish votes. The great Rick Richman writes in the New York Sun:

Secretary of State Clinton, in a sharp departure from her stance when she was a senator, is warning that any American action, even symbolically, toward recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel must be avoided for the reason that it would jeopardize the peace process.

Her warnings were issued in a brief she has just filed with the Supreme Court - in which she is arguing that a law she voted for when she was Senator is unconstitutional because it could require the U.S. government to give to an American citizen born at Jerusalem papers showing the birthplace as Israel.

The law requiring the government to issue such documents on request passed the Senate unanimously at a time when Mrs. Clinton was a member. But Presidents Bush and Obama have taken the position that the law infringes on the president's prerogatives in respect of foreign policy. Mrs. Clinton is being sued by an American youngster, Menachem Zivotofsky, who was born at Jerusalem in 2002 to American parents who want his birthplace to be listed on his passport as Israel.

I can only assume that speculation about Secretary Clinton running for president is now irrelevant. This is a bombshell as far as pro-Israel voters are concerned.

2 comments:

Lysol said...

I think American Jews are finally starting to wake up and see that the Democratic Party is not a friend of Israel. It took them a long time to smell the coffee, but they are finally coming around. The threat to Israel is real and most Democrats in power do not care, or worse, side with the likes of Hamas.

Happy Rosh Hashanah.

Ernest T Bass said...

I don't know how y'all feel about property rights but if someone took my family's land at gunpoint then proceeded to build homes on it they would pay rent in blood. Until they quit building in the West Bank Israelis will not live in peace. Pull out of West Bank and Gaza - define your borders and then defend them. That would be a first step.

Presidents of both parties have won without the Jewish vote - they are maybe 2% of the population.

Happy Rosh Hashanah.