Hillary Lives In The Same Unrealistic World As Obama

 

Hillary at Sat night debate

Washington DC (Storch Report) — A vote for Hillary Clinton will give America four more years of President Obama, only worse.

The primary responsibility of the president of the United States is to protect its citizens and the nation in which they live.

Only 30 percent of Americans surveyed in a recent Gallup Poll approve of Obama’s handling of  the enemy, ISIS.

But Hillary in a debate of Democratic presidential candidates Saturday night thinks Obama’s doing just fine: “We now finally are where we need to be.  We have a strategy and a commitment to go after ISIS which is a danger to us as well as the region, and we finally have a UN Security Council resolution bringing the world together to go after a political transition in Syria.”

In an interview with NPR, prior to his departure for Hawaii on another of his multitude of vacations, President Obama launched a defense of his strategy against ISIS making “no apologies,” he said, for wanting to target terror groups “appropriately and in a way that is consistent with American values.”

This was said as though we can trust that he understands America values, which has not been demonstrated in the past seven years he has been in office.  He makes “no apologies” for himself, but he sure makes them for America.

He says about ISIS which he calls ISIL, “This is not an organization that can destroy the United States,” he said, nor is it a “huge industrial power” that poses great risks to the US “institutionally or in a systemic way.  But they can hurt us, and they can hurt our people and our families.”

Obama defends his strategy in a rather peculiar way.  Since Sep. 11 2001, 45 people have been killed in the United States at the hands of Islamist extremist-inspired terrorists, and 48 have been killed in domestic terrorist attacks, according to a count from the New America Foundation.  This conveniently leaves out 3, 000 killed on 9/11 and hundreds of early responders who are still dying as a result of  their rescue efforts on that tragic day.  He also believes that fear is being fueled in part by the media.

While Obama contends that ISIS is a JV team and they are contained, he must mean they are contained on this planet and not yet in outer space.

After Clinton made her remark supporting Obama’s strategy, her campaign stood by her comments arguing that the UN resolution is a positive step, but this is clearly at odds with public skepticism.

She also alleged, with no evidence, that ISIS is circulating videos of Trump’s comments about Islam and it is recruiting more radical jihadists, which should give her more of the Pinocchio’s she is collecting along the way of her campaign.

It is apparent that Hillary lives in the same quixotic, pertinacious, progressive, liberal world of Obama.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to Hillary Lives In The Same Unrealistic World As Obama

  1. gml says:

    Dear Donald,
    I keep looking for some heartfelt message in your writings this Christmas season. Especially because you have an amazing talent to write and because you have the memories in years and wisdom to speak of the greatness and values of this country. I was reading in David McCullough’s holiday book In The Dark Streets Shineth, that on Christmas Eve 1941 President Franklin D. Roosevelt stood on a balcony at the White House with Prime Minister Winston Churchill at his side to address our nation and the world at a time that the world was shrouded in the darkness of war.
    President Roosevelt said, “Our strongest weapon in this war is that conviction of the dignity and brotherhood of man which Christmas Day signifies.” And PM Winston Churchill said ” Here, amid all the tumult, we have tonight the peace of the spirit in each cottage home and in every generous heart…..Here, then, for one night only, each home…..should be a brightly lighted island of happiness and peace.”
    I look forward to your Christmas message that supports the conviction of dignity and the peace of the spirit that was spoken about in 1941 when all Americans and our allies had a cornerstone of hope and dignity.
    Merry Christmas

  2. Don Storch says:

    Thank you for your kind words. You quote two statesmen who were leaders with a sense of purpose for the times and the conviction to execute a strategy to meet the goals they set forth. As a result, the people of allied nations on both sides of the pond were unified with a single sense of purpose.

    Unfortunately, our ship of state today does not have the same sense of purpose and is floundering in a sea of turmoil. We have an executive branch of government that can’t get along with the legislative and vice versa, and a judicial branch that is redefining its role by creating legislation.

    Both Roosevelt and Churchill upheld the dignity of the offices to which they held by being presidential and chose their words to the people carefully, after all, the latter was an orator praised by historians.

    I believe hope and dignity can be returned to America if the people elect a leader in 2016 that restores and upholds the Constitution of the United Sates, to which he or she, takes an oath.

    There was one other leader during World War II that should be noted and that was President Dwight D. Eisenhower who as General, at the time, was the Supreme Allied Commander and was the glue that held the Allied Forces together.

    I wish you a Merry Christmas and a New Year filled with hope and dignity.

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