Paul Wolfowitz Is Ready For Hillary

Hopefully, Hillary will cut a new ad on national security featuring Paul Wolfowitz alongside Max Boot and Robert Kagan:

“The former George W. Bush administration official who is often referred to as the “architect” of the Iraq War says he will likely end up voting for Hillary Clinton for president this fall. …

“The only way you can be comfortable about Trump’s foreign policy is to think he doesn’t really mean anything he says. That’s a pretty uncomfortable place to be in,” Wolfowitz said. “Our security depends on having good relationships with our allies. Trump mainly shows contempt for them.”

Because he is so uncomfortable with Trump, Wolfowitz said he would likely vote for Clinton, albeit grudgingly.

“I wish there were somebody I could be comfortable voting for,” Wolfowitz said. “I might have to vote for Hillary Clinton, even though I have big reservations about her.”

Wolfowitz contested a point made frequently by Trump on the campaign trail, that the U.S. should abandon “policies of nation-building and regime change” like the ones pursued by the Bush administration. The former deputy defense secretary countered that it would be “a huge mistake to abandon democracy promotion” pointing to cases of military intervention in places like Bosnia, where Wolfowitz said genocide was threatened. (He also protested being labeled the “architect” of the Iraq War, remarking that if he had been, “a lot of these things would be different.” …”

Donald Trump is dangerous and unqualified on foreign policy says the “experts” responsible for creating the biggest disaster in the entire world.

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  1. Funny how the (((neo-Kahns))) spent years denouncing the Clintons and making a fortune in the process of doing it. Now they are embracing Hillary as if they never said a bad thing about her. That’s because Trump, unlike Madam Iron-snatch, cannot be bought, bribed or blackmailed with the jews’ filthy lucre.

    • There is no anti-war left. I still remember how they disappeared like roaches when the lights turn on the moment Obama became president. They just didn’t like Bush as commander in chief. Like the tru cons, they actually believed he was an evangelical cowboy.

      • To be fair Obama did scale shit back. But that could just be a function of Drone Tech.

        • Not really. He’s responsible for destroying Libya and prolonging the Syrian civil war. As for the drones they kill way more civilians than US troops ever did.

          • Assassination by airstrike has been practised since WWI. Then, as now, it’s never been sure fire, and never will be.

  2. The Neo-con Jews are the hateful violent extremists that high-jacked the Republican party decades ago. Of course Shillary will invert the truth just like her Jew supporters love to do

  3. Must be a ((())) thing. Cheney is supporting trump. And Donald Rumsfeld could be a closet alt righter.

    • What makes you think that? Cheney and Rumsfeld are both part of the 9/11 conspiracy. There is no way the Pentagon was hit by a commercial airliner on 9/11.

  4. If I were Clinton, the last thing I’d want is the support of Wolfowitz and crowd. That could be a greater liability for her than the support of David Duke or the alt-right might ever be for Trump.
    FiveThirtyEight shows Trump beginning to recover his position in Pennsylvania. This evening, have heard three Trump TV ads, including one about ten minutes ago, at 7:30. Here’s the latest FiveThirtyEight polls-only, Aug 26, for PA …

    • I think the left is pretty insincere. Or badly informed. They really don’t know who Wolfowitz is.

      • That certainly sounds possible. I guess I’m thinking there might be some kind of memory of him in the minds of the Reagan Democrats, as they used to be called, in, say, Pennsylvania and the upper Midwest. Maybe a memory that could be stirred, at least, with a Trump TV ad. I don’t know the enlistment statistics, but I wouldn’t be surprised if quite a few relatives of voters in that category have been sent off to these wars of the last decade and a half.

    • Anne Coulter was on Hannity last night making that exact case, and very convincingly so.

      Paraphrasing: elections are decided by just a couple million people, and with the expected influx of millions of immigrants and the legalization of illegals already here Clinton promises within her first 100 days, it will be impossible for the Republicans to ever be in the White House if she wins.

    • Bob Whitaker had a recent blog about how it will be very difficult for Whites to win except in a 3 way race. He likens this year to 1856 and 2020 to 1860.

  5. The aisle crossing of the Jews is (((Moses))) raising and lowering his hand to sway the battle.

    And it came to pass, when
    Moses held up his hand, that Israel prevailed: and when he let down his
    hand, Amalek prevailed.

    But Moses hands were
    heavy; and they took a stone, and put it under him, and he sat thereon; and
    Aaron and Hur stayed up
    his hands, the one on the one side, and the other on the other side; and
    his hands were steady until the going down of the sun.

    And Joshua discomfited Amalek and his people with the edge of the sword.

    And the LORD said unto
    Moses, Write this for a memorial in a book, and rehearse it in the ears
    of Joshua: for I will
    utterly put out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven.

    And Moses built an altar, and called the name of it Jehovahnissi:

    For he said, Because the
    LORD hath sworn that
    the LORD will have war with Amalek from generation to generation.

    Amalek was an “Indo-European” tribal leader.

  6. Trump is a manager and administrator. He’ll hire the people he needs to make sure things get done the right way. Diplomats, Cabinet Members, Generals. Whoever he needs.

    • I’m afraid you’ve bought into Trump’s self-promotion, James. He wasn’t even able to arrange the creation of a convention speech for his world-class wife without plunging her into a plagiarism brouhaha that was probably among the greatest embarrassments she’d ever suffered.

      I notice, by the way, that the lovely Melania–who might have been among the greatest of Trump’s campaign assets–has gone just about completely off the radar since that episode.

      • Well, Mr. B, it’s my slim hope, anyway. When it comes down to it, I don’t want Clinton in there. Trump was a protest vote when I voted for him in the primary. It’ll be like that in the general election. He might work out, hopefully.

        • Yes, that’s pretty much my view, too. There’s much I like about Trump–really like–though it can be difficult do discern amid all the complications of his personality. Clinton is definitely not what I want.

          • The main thing, I guess, is that Trump, at his best, is “one who commands,” as Nietzsche’s phrase has it. That’s why, when challenged about the sealing of the Mexican border and the deporting of the illegals, he was able to say, in the first days of his campaign, that we either have a country or we don’t. Unfortunately, his shortcomings–notably his confusion of offensiveness with boldness–have hurt his electoral chances so much that he’s now floundering, being solicitous instead of commanding.

            Also, I just like his style: his looks, his bearing, his voice–and his fondness for glamour.

      • ‘ He wasn’t even able to arrange the creation of a convention speech for his world-class wife without plunging her into a plagiarism brouhaha that was probably among the greatest embarrassments she’d ever suffered.’

        Trump can’t be expected to micromanage every freaking detail major and minor can he?

        And that so-called brouhaha was a great big nothing burger that his critics used for another sniper attack.

        As for his self-promotion, arrangements and creations check out his very impressive holdings and accomplishments and get back with us.

        • Yes, Sam, he can be expected to micromanage every freaking detail major and minor. Obviously, that’s exactly what I’m saying.

          • Difficult task for a mom and pop grocery store much less an international business enterprise with many facets and divisions such as Trump’s massive real estate empire and campaign apparatus.

          • I was afraid it wasn’t clear I was being sarcastic, Sam. When you asked whether Trump can be expected to micromanage every freaking detail major and minor, I felt you were setting up a straw man; and so, as I say, I responded sarcastically, with, “Yes–of course that’s what I’m saying.”

            We’ll just have to agree to disagree re the Melania speech. I didn’t think it a minor thing; and I felt that, whatever exactly had happened, it was almost certainly Trump’s fault. I can just imagine his saying to a speechwriter–and even to Melania herself–“Just say what Michelle Obama said; that sounds good.” When Melania, who’s uncertain of American ways, hesitates, while the female speechwriter tries to pipe up with a sentence that includes the word “plagiarism,” Trump bulldozes them with a “It’ll be great; believe me.” If you’ve read the speechwriter’s explanation, you know that, in supposedly taking the blame, she didn’t really make very clear what had happened. I’d guess she took the fall, did Trump a favor.

  7. Neocons have destroyed patriotic Americans’ faith in the American ideals of freedom and democracy by cynically justifying wars on behalf of Israel in Iraq, Syria and Libya as crusades for democracy and freedom.

  8. Concerned about our “allies?” Is there any “ally” he didn’t flip the bird to in invading Iraq?

  9. “Hopefully, Hillary will cut a new ad on national security featuring Paul Wolfowitz alongside Max Boot and Robert Kagan.”

    Trump should cut an add saying “neocon Iraq war architects Paul Wolfowitz, Max Boot and Robert Kagan prefer Hilary over Trump.

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