More Proof Dems Are Bad For National Security

This time, from the Senator that the Big Media has all but annointed the next President

Criticizing President George W. Bush's foreign policy from Iraq to Afghanistan and North Korea to Iran, the wife of former president Bill Clinton called for a more internationalist approach to foreign policy in a speech at the Council on Foreign Relations, a New York-based foreign policy think tank.

"First, and most obviously, we must by word and deed renew internationalism for a new century," said Clinton, a likely Democratic Party presidential candidate for the 2008 election.

"We did not face World War II alone, we did not face the Cold War alone, and we cannot face the global terrorist threat or other profound challenges alone either," she said.

Clinton also defended the idea of bilateral talks with nations that Washington has been avoiding, such as Iran and Cuba.

Which one does she want? Involving all our "allies," or going it alone? Hard to tell, since Democrats rarely say what they actually want. But, typically, you have to look at the first statement, which in essence hands the security of the United States over to the UN and EU countries.

Consider that one of the measures that the Council on Foreign Relations is pushing for is building a North American union, comprising Mexico, the US, and Canada.

It is also not so surprising the Hillary thinks that we should have bilateral talks with enemy regimes.

Consider her record.

So, who are you going to vote for? The Party that cares about national security, or the one that thinks we should talk with enemy nations and hand our security over to other countries?

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  1. […] that was the refrain from the left on how they wanted the Bush Admin to deal with North Korea (here, here, and here, among others.) When we start with over 40 countries helping with Operation Iraqi […]

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