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A Popular Secretary of State, Not a Great One

awhitehead Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 7:36 PM
I cannot think of one way we are better off when she left office vs. when she arrived. Can anyone name just one minor breakthrough achieved under her oversight? Just one? The Muslims still want to kill Jews, the Arab Spring became an Arab Winter; religious zealots are running amok in Egypt and elsewhere, Christians are being slaughtered in the Sudan and elsewhere and North Korea keeps poking us in the eye. What has The Queen accomplished? Iran is still Iran...Syria is in flames, Iraq and Afghanistan are still consuming American's youth and treasure at alarming rates... nothing has changed.
Marc_H Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 10:43 PM
4 less Americans to collest Social Security
(sarcasm off)
Pistol Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 2:50 AM

Cold, Marc_H, brutally cold.

But sadly painfully to the point.

We are probably lucky it is only 4. I am waiting for the survivors, and/or some of those in the know to tell the real story. They are out there. Satellite communications don't take place in a vacuum.

HILLARY CLINTON STEPPED DOWN after four years as secretary of state amid swathes of flattery excessive even by Washington's sycophantic standards.

"I think that when we look at the outstanding secretaries of state in our history of our country you will be right up there at the very, very top," Representative Eliot Engel, a New York Democrat, fawned during a congressional hearing last month. "You have just been indispensible."

Clinton had been summoned to answer questions about the Benghazi consulate debacle, an egregious security breakdown on her watch that had resulted in the murder of four US diplomatic personnel....