Thursday, January 19, 2006

I was actually for multilateral talks before I was against them.

A very bad week for the junior senator from New York. First the 'plantation' comment and now she contradicts herself in the same paragraph.
I believe that we lost critical time in dealing with Iran, because the White House chose to downplay the threats, and to outsource the negotiations. I don't believe you face threats like Iran or North Korea by outsourcing it to others, and standing on the sidelines. We cannot, and should not, must not, permit Iran to build or acquire nuclear weapons. In order to prevent that from occurring, we must have more support, vigorously and publicly expressed, by China and Russia, and we must move as quickly as feasible for sanctions in the United Nations.

OK Senator, so you would prefer that the US negotiate with Iran alone, or do we need to have outside parties involved? One or the other Senator.

It seems that short of announcing that he and Dick Cheney are resigning to have a little brokeback mountain time together on Cheney's ranch in Wyoming, the Democrats oppose everything and anything President Bush does.

Its easy to be against everything Hillary, ask John Kerry, he did so well in his last Presidential run.


fetching jen said...

She's showing her true colors once again. A liar can only lie, just so long, before the cover up lie no longer makes sense.

She may be a formidable candidate however, we regular Americans don't really like being lied to or talked down to either.

Let's pray she continues on this course. fj

Roseville Conservative said...

Dude, this is like groundhog day!

This is scary, someone needs to change the flavor of the kool-aid she is being fed by her handlers.