Hillary supporters, what is her best accomplishment in government to date?

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She did a good job getting resources for New York after 9-11, when she was Senator.

What do you guys have as her best accomplishment.
 

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She did a good job getting resources for New York after 9-11, when she was Senator.

What do you guys have as her best accomplishment.
She finally figured out how to use e-mail.
 

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When she quit being Sec of State..of course we got another moron in her place though
 

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She did a good job getting resources for New York after 9-11, when she was Senator.

What do you guys have as her best accomplishment.
Getting several rapists off the hook.
 

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Well it's gotta be Bimbo Eruptions. If she hadn't reacted quickly, gotten her gal pal staffers organized and whatnot, God only knows how many more victims of the Cigar Dipper we'd know about. The fat blob was light on her feet when it came to defending her junkyard dog spouse.
 
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Russian reset?

Reflecting back on the 2012 Presidential debates, Romney was 100% correct about Putin.

Obama made fun of him at that time. Now it seems everyone forgets how CORRECT Romney was and how WRONG Obama was.
 

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"Hillary supporters, what is her best accomplishment in government to date?"

AVOIDING PROSECUTION SO FAR / THIS LONG!

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In 1993 when she and Bill were "co-Presidents", she took over his attempts to socialize the country's health care, way back then. She held secret meetings of politicians, insurance companies, law enforcement agencies... everybody except doctors. Her scheme created new categories of crimes, new penalties for people who did what she didn't want, etc.

And she pulled the biggest boner of all time: She published a book telling people what she was going to do.

Normal Americans were so outraged, they buried their congressmen with letters, telegrams etc. demanding they vote it down. Democrats tried frantically to pass it, but couldn't get enough votes, and it died in Congress.

At the next nationwide election in 1994, nomal American people voted Democrats out of Congress in record numbers (and even out of state governments), and handed majorities in both houses (and most state governments) to Republicans for practically the first time since WWII. The new Congress was finally able to lower the capital gains tax, devolve Welfare to the states, and many other things Republicans had been promising. The result was an almost-balanced budget and a return to the prosperity produced by the Reagan tax cuts of a decade ago.

Hillary's greatest accomplishment was to get Democrats thrown out of Congress in such large numbers, that the nation was able to shrug off the GHWB "Read my lips, no new taxes" new taxes forced on him by the previous Democrat congresses and prosper for a while.

For that we owe her cordial thanks.
 

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The woman can't even manage e-mails without creating a mess... that's all you need to know.
 
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What are her foreign policy victories?

"SHE" got Bin Ladin.

She helped to clean up the mess her husband left for the world. BILL CLINTON WAS OFFERED BIN LADIN AND TURNED DOWN THE OFFER IN 1998.

Bill could have taken out bin ladin, but he was worried about "COLLATERAL DAMAGE".

The reasons varied why a particular attack did not go forward — fear of civilian casualties, uncertainty in the intelligence, diplomatic fallout, bureaucratic inertia. During Clinton’s presidency, al-Qaeda attacked U.S. targets overseas, not in the homeland. Media attention was fleeting. When the CIA suddenly withdrew its support for one operation, the commission wrote: “It was the duty of [George] Tenet and the CIA leadership to balance the risks of inaction against jeopardizing the lives of their operatives and agents. And they had reason to worry about failure: millions of dollars down the drain; a shoot-out that could be seen as an assassination; and, if there were repercussions in Pakistan, perhaps a coup.”

I wonder how the 3,000 people who died on 9-11 feel about BILL CLINTON'S DECISION.
 

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What are her foreign policy victories?

"SHE" got Bin Ladin.

She helped to clean up the mess her husband left for the world. BILL CLINTON WAS OFFERED BIN LADIN AND TURNED DOWN THE OFFER IN 1998.

Bill could have taken out bin ladin, but he was worried about "COLLATERAL DAMAGE".

The reasons varied why a particular attack did not go forward — fear of civilian casualties, uncertainty in the intelligence, diplomatic fallout, bureaucratic inertia. During Clinton’s presidency, al-Qaeda attacked U.S. targets overseas, not in the homeland. Media attention was fleeting. When the CIA suddenly withdrew its support for one operation, the commission wrote: “It was the duty of [George] Tenet and the CIA leadership to balance the risks of inaction against jeopardizing the lives of their operatives and agents. And they had reason to worry about failure: millions of dollars down the drain; a shoot-out that could be seen as an assassination; and, if there were repercussions in Pakistan, perhaps a coup.”

I wonder how the 3,000 people who died on 9-11 feel about BILL CLINTON'S DECISION.
What is the most significant victory achieved by your favorite secretary of state in the last 30 years? Just curious. Try and answer without looking anything up.
 
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What are her foreign policy victories?

"SHE" got Bin Ladin.

She helped to clean up the mess her husband left for the world. BILL CLINTON WAS OFFERED BIN LADIN AND TURNED DOWN THE OFFER IN 1998.

Bill could have taken out bin ladin, but he was worried about "COLLATERAL DAMAGE".

The reasons varied why a particular attack did not go forward — fear of civilian casualties, uncertainty in the intelligence, diplomatic fallout, bureaucratic inertia. During Clinton’s presidency, al-Qaeda attacked U.S. targets overseas, not in the homeland. Media attention was fleeting. When the CIA suddenly withdrew its support for one operation, the commission wrote: “It was the duty of [George] Tenet and the CIA leadership to balance the risks of inaction against jeopardizing the lives of their operatives and agents. And they had reason to worry about failure: millions of dollars down the drain; a shoot-out that could be seen as an assassination; and, if there were repercussions in Pakistan, perhaps a coup.”

I wonder how the 3,000 people who died on 9-11 feel about BILL CLINTON'S DECISION.
What is the most significant victory achieved by your favorite secretary of state in the last 30 years? Just curious. Try and answer without looking anything up.
She is currently running for President.

What Secretary of State has run for POTUS in the past 30 years? Try and answer without looking anything up.

She has nothing noteworthy from her time in government at all?
 

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What are her foreign policy victories?

"SHE" got Bin Ladin.

She helped to clean up the mess her husband left for the world. BILL CLINTON WAS OFFERED BIN LADIN AND TURNED DOWN THE OFFER IN 1998.

Bill could have taken out bin ladin, but he was worried about "COLLATERAL DAMAGE".

The reasons varied why a particular attack did not go forward — fear of civilian casualties, uncertainty in the intelligence, diplomatic fallout, bureaucratic inertia. During Clinton’s presidency, al-Qaeda attacked U.S. targets overseas, not in the homeland. Media attention was fleeting. When the CIA suddenly withdrew its support for one operation, the commission wrote: “It was the duty of [George] Tenet and the CIA leadership to balance the risks of inaction against jeopardizing the lives of their operatives and agents. And they had reason to worry about failure: millions of dollars down the drain; a shoot-out that could be seen as an assassination; and, if there were repercussions in Pakistan, perhaps a coup.”

I wonder how the 3,000 people who died on 9-11 feel about BILL CLINTON'S DECISION.
What is the most significant victory achieved by your favorite secretary of state in the last 30 years? Just curious. Try and answer without looking anything up.
She is currently running for President.

What Secretary of State has run for POTUS in the past 30 years? Try and answer without looking anything up.

She has nothing noteworthy from her time in government at all?
You are dodging my question.... what was your favorite accomplishment of Bush before he got elected? Or Pick any president?? Don't look anything up.
 
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What are her foreign policy victories?

"SHE" got Bin Ladin.

She helped to clean up the mess her husband left for the world. BILL CLINTON WAS OFFERED BIN LADIN AND TURNED DOWN THE OFFER IN 1998.

Bill could have taken out bin ladin, but he was worried about "COLLATERAL DAMAGE".

The reasons varied why a particular attack did not go forward — fear of civilian casualties, uncertainty in the intelligence, diplomatic fallout, bureaucratic inertia. During Clinton’s presidency, al-Qaeda attacked U.S. targets overseas, not in the homeland. Media attention was fleeting. When the CIA suddenly withdrew its support for one operation, the commission wrote: “It was the duty of [George] Tenet and the CIA leadership to balance the risks of inaction against jeopardizing the lives of their operatives and agents. And they had reason to worry about failure: millions of dollars down the drain; a shoot-out that could be seen as an assassination; and, if there were repercussions in Pakistan, perhaps a coup.”

I wonder how the 3,000 people who died on 9-11 feel about BILL CLINTON'S DECISION.
What is the most significant victory achieved by your favorite secretary of state in the last 30 years? Just curious. Try and answer without looking anything up.
She is currently running for President.

What Secretary of State has run for POTUS in the past 30 years? Try and answer without looking anything up.

She has nothing noteworthy from her time in government at all?
You are dodging my question.... what was your favorite accomplishment of Bush before he got elected? Or Pick any president?? Don't look anything up.

OK, we are moving onto Presidents.....cool.

Bush was a good governor of Texas, which is like running a country.

Again, I'll go back to Hillary. What has she accomplished that she can hang her hat on that she should be POTUS. The election is in 5 days... guess she has not been effective getting that out there.
 

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