Saturday, August 25, 2007

Hillary, a Legend in Her Own Mind

Wow! Hillary Clinton is the best candidate to handle a terrorist attack. I feel a lot safer knowing that she will be there taking care of us.

“But if certain things happen between now and the election, particularly with respect to terrorism, that will automatically give the Republicans an advantage again.”

Is she saying the Democrats are weak on terror, and complimented Republicans as the ones who can keep us safe should a terror attack happen?

Having a presidential candidate sink to the bottom of the La Brea tar pits and come up with a statement such as that to get attention. Does it really matter which party is at the helm should an attack occur?

I don’t know what qualifies Hillary as having the strength and experience, other than her statement that she is good at handling the unexpected. Aren’t the majority of us good at that?

In April, she told The Washington Post that terrorism “shouldn't be a Democratic fight or a Republican fight”, and in 2005 she told the Albany-Times board that the Bush administration had used the war on terror as a "political tool" to frighten Americans into submission. The Hillary administration would never use fear as a means to win.

It was an asinine, unpatriotic statement. Probably just as stupid as John Kerry’s regrettably infamous remark "You know, education -- if you make the most of it, you study hard and you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well, "If you don't, you get stuck in Iraq."

Hillary goes on to say she is the best of the Democrats, already she is a legend in her own mind. I don’t believe the best of the Democrats would have made such an idiotic statement.

You may say this is a national issue, but which state on a national level would be unlucky enough in Hillary’s world to prove her point? What if, what if . . .

I wouldn’t wish for a terrorist attack no matter who was in charge. I for one don’t want to find out who does a better job in handling an attack, I would rather know who is better at preventing it.

Joe Sinagra
NJ 18th District
Assembly Candidate

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