Insomnia (insomnia) wrote,

Hillary Clinton: Profoundly undemocratic... again!

When Iraq was ruled by an unelected Chalabi, Hillary Clinton more or less denounced him as a manipulative quisling.

Fair enough. How about an Iraqi leader who was selected after an election then? Someone like Ibrahim Jaafari?

Well... then she said that there were "grounds both for concern and for ... vigilance" regarding links between Jaafari and Iran, to which Mr. Jaafari replied:
"We are not at an American traffic light to be given a red or green signal."

Except, of course, that Hillary doesn't believe in Iraqi self-rule.

Now she's saying:
"I . . . hope that the Iraqi parliament will replace Prime Minister Maliki with a less divisive and more unifying figure when it returns in a few weeks." 

So, what do *WE* think of foriegn leaders advocating the ouster of our elected representatives? It makes us mad, of course. And, in the case of the Iraqis, where they've seen a constant parade of leaders who they feel represent American interests far more effectively than Iraqi interests, it makes them *very* frustrated. And angry. Sometimes violently so. 

Perhaps by Hillary Clinton's standard, nobody is worthy of calling the shots in Iraq... execept for Hillary Clinton. Something tells me that if she gets elected, we're going to have U.S. troops killed over there for a lot longer than most people would suspect..  

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