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Hillary Clinton “Jew Bastard”.

Posted by QB on May 22, 2008

This is real Hillary Clinton.

Oppenheimer alleges that Hillary Rodham — then Bill Clinton’s girlfriend — called adviser Paul Fray a “Jew bastard” to his face on election night. Bill Clinton lost the race for Arkansas’ 3rd Congressional District to incumbent Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt by 6,000 votes out of 190,000 cast.

Oppenheimer stood by his account on Sunday. “Three witnesses have now publicly acknowledged that she said it,” Oppenheimer said.

The three people identified by Oppenheimer told CNN that Rodham uttered the slur.

Source : CNN Archives.

In one particularly shocking passage in the book, Oppenheimer quotes a campaign official who describes an angry attack by Hillary in which she screams at him, “You fucking Jew bastard!”

Two sourced eyewitnesses confirmed to Oppenheimer that they heard the verbal assault.

Source : Rense.com


Posted in Bill Clinton, Hilary Clinton, Jews, Politics, US Politics | 10 Comments »

Bill Clinton – Chelsea will go into family business!!!

Posted by QB on May 22, 2008

In an interview with People Magazine, the former president said he thinks his daughter is a natural campaigner who may one day follow her parents into the family business.

Family business? The truth come out from the mouth of Bill Clinton. Excellent choice it would be for Chelsea, Politics and Religion are two businesses where returns are greater without any actual investment. These politicians are in politics to make money not for public service. They damn care about the common poor people sufferings, their main objective is power which brings them money.

I will not say anything about Chelsea until she decided to come into politics.

Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul are not included in the list of these power and money hungry politicians.

Posted in Bill Clinton, Hilary Clinton, Politics, US Politics | 2 Comments »

Democrats Presidential Race.

Posted by QB on February 16, 2008

Barak Obama is giving a real fight to get the Democratic Party nomination. I was very wrong saying that Barak Obama can’t win the the nomination because of his race and am so glad that majority of Americans proved me wrong. Barak Obama now has the real chance of wining the Democratic nomination and he has the chance to beat the Republican nominee John McCain. Hilary Clinton will lose to John McCain if the is the nominee of her party. Hilary and Bill Clinton are going negative on Barak Obama but the momentum is on his side.

Barak Obama will change the history of US if elected the first African American President of US. The women President will also change the history of US politics which might come in future because really don’t believe that Hilary Clinton can beat the Republican opponent. Hilary Clinton is too much of a typical politician.

These are the few words just to say something after long absence.

Posted in Barak Obama, Bill Clinton, Hilary Clinton, Politics, US Politics | 3 Comments »

Hugo Chavez – Constitution ammendments.

Posted by QB on May 9, 2007

Hugo Chavez constitution reforms referendum will held in early 2008. The Presidential Committee is still drafting possible reforms which may included to end term limit for President.

Chavez told reporters “there’s not much hurry” for the reforms, and stressed they were not being carried out “in secret,” the newspaper said. He didn’t say if he’d meanwhile seek to extend his presidential decree powers, granted by legislators in January for a period of 18 months, the newspaper said.

These Presidential term limits are inspired by US term limit and personally I don’t like the term limits. There should be no term limits for President because only the brightest and intelligent will get elected more than two limits ofcourse with popular public support. It was really painful to see Bill Clinton to leave the office because of term limit clause included into US Constitution. Putin who is very still very popular can’t because Russia too have included the clause that President cannot hold office more then two consecutive terms.

Term limit is not very democratic.

Posted in Bill Clinton, Bush, George W. Bush, Hugo Chavez, Latin America, Politics, South America, US Politics, Venezuela | Leave a Comment »

North Korea Nuclear Test and blame game.

Posted by QB on October 11, 2006

This is interesting to see that Republicans started blaming Bill Clinton for North Korea Nuclear Test. The one of the 2008 Presidential hopeful John McCain blame Bill Clinton for getting engaged directly with North Korea which according to him was the failed policy which leads them to develop nuclear weapon. John McCain who considered maverick is the most shallow politician hidden in many layers of hypocrisy that people don’t see real person. The problem is people don’t pay much attention otherwise they could have find out that whenever he is facing camera or in front of people he is wearing his mask of unbiased honest and watching closely his words and body language one can easily find out that he get uncomfortable trying to hide real of himself. John McCain did not realize that Bill Clinton diplomacy and direct talks with North-Korea keep them away from developing nuclear weapons 8 years. Kim Jong-Il started the nuclear weapons development after completely ignored by Bush regime as they were obsessed with Saddam Hussein.

Bush regime had blamed Bill Clinton for everything they themseleves failed terrorism, Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaeda and now we might hear someday that it was Bill Clinton fault that US troops are struck in Afghanistan and Iraq and it is Bill Clinton fault that US is loosing the “war on terror”.

Scott Ritter today appeared on CNN with his sharp truth that US is planning attack on Iran Nuclear facilities and when engaged in full scale confrontation will use Nuclear Weapons on Iran. Scott Ritter is former UN Nuclear Weapons inspector who did oppose the Iraq invasion and he was the only person who like me is trying to tell the world that Bush administration are lying on Saddam Hussein Weapons of Mass Destructions. Scott Ritter recently visited Iran and according to him Iran has the legal right to enrich uranium under UN NPT which US refuse to acknowledge.

Do you not believe Iran is pursuing a nuclear bomb? Wolf Blitzer.

Scott Ritter reply. “I would say that no one can say this with absolute certainty. I don’t believe that the Bush administration has made a sound case that Iran is pursuing a nuclear weapons program, a case backed up with fact. In fact, to counter this, when you take a look at those who are mandated to investigate, the International Atomic Energy Agency, both in terms of the reports that they have released, and the people that I’ve spoken to, while they remain skeptical about Iran — you know, the fact that Iran might be hiding some facts — they state right out there is no evidence whatsoever that Iran is pursuing a nuclear weapons program. ”

Wolf Blitzer¬† who is against the Iran Nuclear program because of of religion and piece of land which were given to Jews some 5000 years back try to spin the situation by pointed out towards IAEA Director-General Muhammad ElBaradei, what they said is they’re not taking steps consistent with their obligations under the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. They can’t reject, they can’t categorically say Iran isn’t pursuing a nuclear program.

“Correct, but that doesn’t mean they are pursuing a nuclear weapons program. What it means is that we have a diplomatic crisis, something that needs to be resolved, diplomatically. ” Scott Ritter clear simple reply.

“Well, how can you resolve something diplomatically if you refuse to engage one-on-one with the parties that you’re concerned about? We continue to say this is a European issue. The Europeans need to engage, but when you take a look at what’s happening behind the scenes, with what they’re doing at the IAEA, with the European Union, we’re undermining — Iran’s counter is that the nonproliferation treaty, particularly Article IV, gives them every right under international law to enrich.

There’s a difference between what they’re asking Iran to do and what Iran is obligated to do. Everyone wants Iran to pursue what’s call the “additional protocol” and even measures beyond this. This is special terminology for special inspection procedures, etc cetera. Iran says they will do this if the European Union and the United States acknowledge their right, under Article IV, to enrich uranium. The U.S. position is not one spinning centrifuge, no enriching. ”

This is what Scott Ritter said about Iran invasion.¬† “I know that they are considering. There are plans in place for putting American troops on the ground. It’s not the first option. The first option is, of course, the air strike, the massive aerial bombardment to achieve a number of things. A, to nullify the Iranian nuclear capacity; but B, to destabilize the Iranian regime to the point that it facilitates regime change.

The problem is once you initiate this aerial campaign, and you do not succeed in either verifiably nullifying the nuclear program or B, undermining and destabilizing the regime. What’s your next step? Because you’ve already opened up the bottle, because you’ve already initiated.

The next step will be limited incursion of American troops to achieve and reinforce destabilization, and when that fails when 40,000 American troops on the ground what do you do when the situation deteriorates to a point that they are truly at risk.

Because as you pointed out, it’s a nation of 60 to 70 million people. It’s not going to roll over and play dead. What do you do when you start bombing, you put troops on the ground, and you’re still not winning?

Again, the Bush administration has articulated a nuclear posture, a nuclear policy that allows for the preemptive use in a nuclear weapons in a non-nuclear environment if the president determines that American forces are placed at unacceptable risk. I would say that having 40,000 troops in Iran, in a deteriorating situation, represents the kind of unacceptable risk. “

Posted in Afghanistan, Al Qaeda, Al Qaida, Bill Clinton, Bush, George W. Bush, Iran Nuclear Program, Iran Uranium Enrichment, Kim Jong-Il, Middle East, North Korea, Osama Bin Laden, Politics, Terrorism, US Politics, War on Terror, Wolf Blitzer | 2 Comments »

Bill Clinton under attack!!! Update.

Posted by QB on September 24, 2006

Bill Clinton is under attack by Republicans and the right wing most manipulative news network Fox with accusations of not killing Osama Bin Laden and his weak policies on fighting terrorism. Bill Clinton was angry and this if first time I see Bill Clinton losing his temper, do not blame him as the questions were to inappropriate.

I don’t have this right wing news network Fox so only get some of the highlights on CNN.

“I got closer to killing him than anybody has gotten since. And if I were still president, we’d have more than 20,000 troops there trying to kill him,” Clinton said, referring to Afghanistan.

In the interview, which was taped on Friday, Clinton also lashed out at Fox’s Chris Wallace, accusing him of promising to discuss Clinton’s initiative on climate change, then straying from the issue by asking why the former president didn’t do more to “put bin Laden and al Qaeda out of business.”

“So you did Fox’s bidding on this show. You did your nice little conservative hit job on me,” he said to Wallace, occasionally tapping on Wallace’s notes for emphasis. “I want to know how many people in the Bush administration you asked this question of?

“And you’ve got that little smirk on your face and you think you’re so clever. But I had responsibility for trying to protect this country. I tried and I failed to get bin Laden. I regret it,” Clinton said.

Clinton asserted he had done more to try to kill bin Laden than “all the right-wingers who are attacking me now.” In fact, Clinton said, conservatives routinely criticized him for “obsessing” over bin Laden while he was in office.

“They ridiculed me for trying. They had eight months to try. They did not try. I tried. So I tried and failed,” he said.

The September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks occurred about eight months after Bush took office.

Bill Clinton claimed that he had the effective plan to fight terrorism which was passed to Bush administration who did completely ignored the plan until 9/11. This is very clear even from 9/11 Commission Report that Bush administration ignored the clear intelligence reports that Osama Bin Laden is planning to attack US with plane hijacking. Bush administration now are trying to put all the blame on Bill Clinton who did all he could to fight terrorism attacking Al Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan and he now very honestly tell that “he tried and failed”.

Bush administration who has invaded Afghanistan and had the opportunity to capture and kill Osama Bin Laden did not had the enough US troops to finish the job. They let Osama Bin Laden slip away from Tora Bora and now according to CIA Osama Bin Laden trial is cold with no information about his whereabouts, so the intelligent person will reach to the logical conclusion that it is Bush administration who failed to fight the “war on terror” not Bill Clinton.

Bush administration another blunder which they don’t want and like anyone to point finger at them is Iraq invasion, shifting its man power and resources from Afghanistan to Iraq. Bush actually did not mentioned Osama Bin Laden for years because of his obsession of Saddam Hussein. Bush administration shifted its attention to Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda for the mid term election and to divert the attention from Iraq which is a disaster. Republicans tough talks on terrorism and the push to pass the legislation to allow tough interrogation techniques for this alleged terrorists is paying off which is reflected in the recent polls by getting double digits bump on the issue of “fighting terrorism”.

The common American voters are so ignorant that they believe every word which is on TV and I will blame Democrats who are so weak to stand up and refute these allegations.

Bill Clinton issued the warning to Talibans they will be held responsible if Osama Bin Laden attack US. Bush told the 9/11 commissioner during investigative interview with Dick Cheney that he did not know that any such warning is issued to Talibans. This clearly means that they did not pay any attention to Bill Clinton administration briefings. When asked question about USS Cole attack which CIA had the evidence linking it to Osama Bin Laden which he get the briefing from CIA after taking office the reply is a lie that they don’t wanted to attack Osama Bin Laden with missiles attack as they had the fear of missing the targets. Republicans are succefully keeping their majority by telling the lies loudly and they get away with all this because of misinformed ignorant Americans.

Posted in Afghanistan, Al Qaeda, Bill Clinton, Bush, CNN, George W. Bush, Osama Bin Laden, Politics, Terrorism, USA, War on Terror | 2 Comments »

Bill Clinton did not supported Pope comments.

Posted by QB on September 21, 2006

Bill Clinton was on Larry King last night on CNN. Bill Clinton was very impressive with flowing answers on all the subjects Larry asked him. Larry asked Bill Clinton regarding Pope’s comments on Islam.

Bill Clinton replied with diplomacy because he is very intelligent person and an excellent diplomat who do not wanted to alienate the Catholics voters in US and all around the world. Bill Clinton has the unique style of talking where he disagree with his opponents without getting them to feel like they were insulted and that still make him the most likable President of USA in recent history.

CLINTON: Well, first I think we ought to take him at his word, that he’s sorry if it was interpreted that way. I think he really was trying to say what a lot of serious people believe, that the religious aspect of Islam has always had a political and military component.

But I think it was unfortunate, as he said, because right now there are all these moderates, both moderate Muslim clerics, the kind of people that gathered around King Abdullah in Jordan not so long ago to say that Islam is not a bloodthirsty religion, Islam does not condone terror and the killing of innocents.

There are all these people trying to reclaim their religion from those who have a very selective reading and teaching of the Koran’s verses about aggression, military aggression. They basically teach, in my view, a distorted view of what is in the Koran and what Islam stands for.

And we — every time one of us, particularly someone as august as the pope says something like that, we make the task of the moderates in the Muslim world more difficult. That is, these people that are asking young people to strap on bombs or carry liquid explosives on planes or whatever and, you know, engage in murder in God’s name are really asking them to practice politics.

The leaders of all these groups are not strapping on the bombs and blowing themselves up. They’re trying to talk some kid into doing it. In order to do it, you have to believe two things, normally. You have to believe, number one, you get a free ticket to heaven; and number two that the people you’re striking are profoundly evil, are subhuman. But behind all that, it’s not about religion at all.

It’s a political deal, but there have been sects of Islam that have trained and treated and educated people who were living in poverty, had legitimate grievances, to believe that their faith legitimizes killing non-combatants, including completely innocent civilians.

So we made the task of all those moderates harder, we make it harder, with things like the Danish cartoons or the pope’s comments. He did issue an apology, and I think we ought to go on.

I also think that we need moderate Muslims to say look, in the West, people insult each other and their faiths and their politics and their persons all the time. Look what President Chavez just said about President Bush. You know, we — and we try to teach our children to get over it.

I mean, you’ve got kids. You know, one of the most important things you can teach a child is that not everything that happens to you will be nice. But you are in control of how you respond to everything that happens to you. You do not have to respond with violence or anger or hatred or bitterness or demeaning conduct and you cannot be diminished by what someone else says about you.

This is my response to Bill Clinton is that the Islam is hijacked by Sunnis and Shi’ites two main factions of Islam who unfortunately are in majority. All this violence is due to their lack of knowledge about the message of Qur’an. Sunnis and Shi’ites are very much like these Catholics who believe that hating each other belief is the best way to follow their faiths. These Sunnis and Shi’ites have another common thing which they share with Catholics and that is try to convert everyone to their own beliefs. I can say all this without any diplomacy because don’t fear to lose my vote bank. We have to work hard to change the mentality of Sunnis and Shi’ites as well as Catholics.

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