Clintons threaten another 911

by Mr. Charrington on April 29, 2007

Hillary and Bill Clinton, as reported in the current edition of Time, on the real dangers of electing a Democratic President other than Hillary:

“Both Clintons have made the case to potential fund raisers that the U.S. will probably suffer a terrorist attack on the scale of 9/11 after the next President is sworn in — and that Hillary is the only Democratic candidate capable of handling such a crisis because of her Senate Armed Services Committee tenure and her years in the White House.”

“Everyone clear on that? Expect to lose another major landmark, another chunk of the Pentagon and another 3,000 American lives.”


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Mr. Charrington 04.29.07 at 6:14 pm

Is there any difference between the fear mongering Clintons trying to scare us into voting for Hillary and Bush saying “Weapons of mass destruction” to get us to follow them into a unjust war?

I hope America has learned something from our voting mistakes — lets not repeat them.

Sheldon 04.29.07 at 6:36 pm

If Hillary Clinton is elected preident, it will be a disaster for U.S. national security. Al-Qaeda plotted 9/11 on Bill Clinton’s watch; who could believe that Hillary would do better? Not I.

Gdog 04.30.07 at 12:05 am

I don’t think they’re “threatening” another 911, but they’re definitely trying to use the preexisting threat of such a possibility to their advantage. I do like how McAuliffe says, “No matter who I call, he has already called them three or four times”. LOL! Might as well just say, “no matter how hard we work, they’re beating us in this race”.

IMO, Clinton’s tenure within Senate circles doesn’t mean she’ll be more prepared. It means she’s spent a longer time engulfed by corruption and is that much more likely to carry on current agendas.

Mr. Charrington 04.30.07 at 3:58 am

I’m still marveling at how stupid the Clintons think America is. So basically they admit just like the current administration they can’t stop an attack on America and they can now predict an attack in advance (where was this talent before 911) so we should vote for them because they can continue where the Bush administration left off?

They’re so full of shit … A vote for Clinton is a vote for status quo.

drunkenhunter 05.01.07 at 5:56 pm

All Presidential Candidates should make pledges like those below. If they
refuse, then you should refuse to vote for them.

1. No More Oil Wars.

2. Work for independence from foreign oil on day one.

3. No more wars for corporate profit.

4. No more secret deals for $4 per gallon gas.

5. No more Chicken Hawks promoting wars of choice when they themselves avoided combat.

6. Make government green–if you can’t make what you have the most control over
green, I don’t care about your plans to make the country green.

7. No torture.

8. No lying about torture.

9. No re-defining torture.

10. No drunken hunting.

11. No wars against imaginary enemies who do not constitute an immanent threat to the US.

Mr. Charrington 05.01.07 at 6:49 pm

12. Repeal, Set afire, destroy fascist laws like the patroit act, which are based on false threats from false enemies in order to gain control over personal lives and take away our freedoms.

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