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Diplomatic Failure Dance!
September 4th, 2016, Kansas City: How the Clinton Campaign tries to catch the stupids
So, Donald Trump was in Mexico and met the Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto. And, oh surprise, Trump told him the same thing, he told all over his campaign. He wants to build a wall. Well, lets for a moment forget about the costs, lets forget about upset drug dealers and coyotes seeing the livelihood endangered if that border gets actually secured, lets forget about that all for a moment and turn our focus on a concept that seems to be new to most liberals: It's called honesty!
Donald Trump told to the Mexican President the very same thing, he told everyone from the first day he threw his hat in the ring. He didn't back off, he didn't play the "political correctness" game by saying something, promising the other party another thing and then doing a total different third thing. He was consequent, he was honest in what he had to say. He didn't sell out those who voted for him in the primaries, he won't sell out those who vote for him if he gets enough votes to become President.
Hillary Clinton, we know, she has a rather disturbed relationship to the truth, headlined in reference to the Mexico visit "Diplomacy is more than a photo op". Now, what does she mean by that. It was Trump down in Mexico, actually talking with Nieto about the actual problems, we have on this border. Not Obama shooting selfies, not Hillary in her secretary of state days "can we send you a few billion dollars more, Mr. Presidente?" So, since she opened this door, lets look at the achievements, Hillary Clinton has to show in her allegedly so extensive experience.

There is of course Benghazi. She messed up the night, our embassy was attacked and she messed up in security issues weeks before. Fine, we all know that.The point often forgotten is, things in Libya are that bad because President Obama went on a war there, without even asking the Congress and Hillary Clinton was at this point Secretary of State, a leading member of the Obama administration. She bears her share of responsibility for this kind of gun boat politics. But hey, a war happens occasionally. The trick is to get something out of it, to stay, make things work till they are stable. With the air strikes only strategy, Obama and Clinton just added one more country to the list of nations, they destabilized and played into the hands of radical Islamists.
If it wouldn't be for those Libyans still fighting for the government, Al Qaeda would have taken Libya, with the friendly help of Obama and Clinton, paid for by the American taxpayer. Thus, Hillary Clinton's attack ad on Donald Trump "it takes only one wrong move" with this nice underlying jet fighter sound, it has a blood underlying truth to it, only, it is a truth about Hillary Clinton.

All it takes is one wrong move ... all it takes is Hilary Clinton!

Syria ... well yeah, she was also involved in that mess and she went to two meetings of leading politicians who tried to find a solution there. She got a lot of photo ops, but what did she actually do ther?
Obviously nothing because her boss Obama had already started his program of weapon support for those who fought President Assad in Syria. Without looking who those people were. That and the cut and run in Iraq made room for ISIS and ISIS is as much the baby of wrong moves by Hillary than by Obama. She should have done something instead running from photo op to photo op. How about her Sarajevo approach lie? She circled back from that one? How about the contacts between campaign members of hers with Al Qaeda and the Taliban? How about her uranium deal with Russia, how about the donations of foreign governments to the Clinton Foundation? As her own ad says "it takes only one wrong step" and as she said so right, even she didn't live by it, "diplomacy is more than a photo op"

So, when she was not busy compromising sensitive information on her private email server, she lied and messed up diplomatic, that is her record. Together with her boss Obama, she bears a co-responsibility for the troubles in Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, she supported the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt (failed though in her attempts to destabilize that country as well), made Syria a big bloody mess and helped to create the vacuum in which ISIS thrived.
Now, how do you sell such a damaged product in the political arena? Not to those voters who look things up or do research, not to the thinking ones. You seal it by emotions, by fakery and deception. Paint the other guy as "bad" and try to look as if you know something. Mudslinging and twisting words while fighting in the defense if your lies come back at you ... and hope enough emotionally blindsided stupids are out there voting for you. So, the Hillary Campaign is out to find those stupids. Those who hear some buzzlines in an ad and the sound of jet engines and forgot, Hillary and her boss Obama have sent a thousand times more jets to bomb targets in other countries than Trump. Those, who think, they have to vote by skin color because the camp capo Al Sharpton, a political ally of Clinton told them to vote for the former pro-slavery party. Those who think, they are so intelligent and have to show that every day whether it's true or not and use what they understand as "liberal" as a label for their alleged intellectuality. Those who think welfare comes out of the blue and nobody has to pay for it. All those ... all those who can't or won't for the one or the other reason not think about what they are doing. There are a lot of those out there willing to vote for Hillary Clinton because she is so good in twisting a honest act only a Democrat would do. She wouldn't have talked about the border with Nieto, she would have sold out more American jobs and done the photo op and everybody would have smiled. Because to her diplomacy is nothing but a big photo op. So, voters, be careful, remember, "it only takes one wrong move"! To vote for her, would be that move.

- PB -
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