What Were Mrs.Clinton’s Foreign Policy Successes?
But all of this is a badge of honor among liberals.
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Let me start with a couple things here. The nuclear threat. The little dictator in Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has announced that Iran has gone nuclear. Whether it has or not, nobody knows, but he’s saying that Iran has gone nuclear. Ahmadinejad has ordered officials to speedily start five more nuclear reactors, so it looks like we better try to talk them into a sequester, too. Sequesters seem to be more effective than any sanctions have been.
But seriously, North Korea is threatening to launch nuclear missiles. North Korea somehow feels like they can threaten us with impunity. You’ve got Ahmadinejad bragging about the fact that they have gone nuclear now, and all of this terrible foreign policy news is coming out — and I don’t know how many of you know this — all of this terrible foreign policy news is coming out during the same week where it is being announced that Hillary Clinton has been given a $14 million advance to have somebody ghostwrite her memoirs of her brilliant time as secretary of state — $14 million.
If a book by Hillary Clinton earns $14 million, I, for one, will be shocked. And this is how this kind of stuff works. Here come these publishers. And remember, now, everything is part of the Democrat Party, everything is part of the agenda, and they are all oriented toward propping up their elites and propping up their leaders. This is just a way to get Mrs. Clinton $14 million. That’s what an advance is, an advance is guaranteed. Now, in some book contracts it is an advance against royalties, and if you don’t get there, then you have to give some of the advance back. But nobody’s gonna come to Mrs. Clinton and say, “Mrs. Clinton, the book didn’t sell quite as well as they thought and we want some of the $14 million back.” It’s not gonna happen.