On: "The Silencing of Leftist Clinton Critics—Justified by TrumpFear (®)—Is a Failure of Accountability"

I don't agree with Donald Trump's domestic economics. It's worse than Hillary Clinton's, and hers is quite bad. He's been a loose talker/canon (careless/reckless) on race, though Hillary too clearly backs the Apartheid (ethnically bigoted) aspects of Israel and probably more so than does Donald.

08281601However, he does seem capable of learning progressivism, which suggests he'd continue learning in office, something I don't see happening in earnest with Hillary at all (only for show).

Also and most importantly, Donald's foreign policy is vastly superior to Hillary Clinton's. She is much more likely to cause serious damage if not global war.

So, why is it "absolutely critical to defeat Trump, even if it means voting for Clinton"? I don't see it.

Putting foreign policy second seems to me to be highly selfish of shortsighted people who also don't savvy blowback.

That's my brief commentary concerning: "The Silencing of Leftist Clinton Critics—Justified by TrumpFear (®)—Is a Failure of Accountability."

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Let's be real about hardline sharia and the US

Look, what the linked article ("Donald Trump’s most dangerous idea: His 'extreme vetting' of newcomers, including a values test, is anti-American," by S.E. Cupp) doesn't seem to appreciate are those Americans who believe that lax enough immigration will result in a religious-demographic shift over time to hardline sharia that would overthrow the Bill of Rights. Even softer versions of sharia would overthrow it.


Tom Usher

There are Muslims in the world who have openly stated that with their polygamous tenets and proclivity to reproduce at a higher rate than the typical non-Muslim American, they see exactly that happening: Muslims of a hardline-sharia mentality coming to dominate America and resulting in the overthrow of the US Constitution.

It's not an irrational view. Personally, I think that the Americanization of immigrants is real and that it has a strong tendency to change views and the rate of reproduction. It may take a generation or two, but it does happen in the vast majority of cases.

Meanwhile, there are real terrorists who would love to get into the US and do major damage. That's a fact. Is enough being done to keep them out? Who knows? Probably not.

What we really need to do is change our foreign policy away from neoconservatism to promoting peace and to helping other nations and peoples. Is that what Donald Trump is promoting? No. Neither is Hillary Clinton. She's an even worse warmonger — very reckless. She's backed hugely evil policies and practices and still does. What a sad, sad "choice"! Unbelievable, but here we are. Americans get what they deserve in their ignorance and foolishness.

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Putin's Measured Response in Face of Clear Act of War

Talk about a measured response!

He gives the USA all the room it needs to "gracefully" change direction (for cause, not that Victoria Nuland and the rest of the megalomaniacal neocons and so-called liberal interventionists, such as Hillary Clinton, weren't cheering them on if not directly behind it via the CIA).

It's amazing that he didn't say that it was an outright act of war and say that if it happens again, Russia will invade and occupy Ukraine and that if the USA and/or any NATO country starts further building up the Ukrainian military and intelligence services in the face of Ukrainian aggression against Russia in Crimea or elsewhere in Russia, Russia will not wait to invade and fully occupy Ukraine to replace its neoliberal/neo-Nazi regime with a legal, democratic one (which would be Russia's right to do under current international law to which the USA is signatory, not that, that's ever stopped the USA from being hypocritical and blatantly reneging on its written, binding promises and for no reason other than the USA's global hegemonic ambitions).


Tom Usher

Remember, the people of Crimea voted overwhelmingly in a free and fair referendum to join themselves to Russia. The USA was fine with the breakup of Yugoslavia and with Kosovo voting to leave. If Yugoslavia can be broken up, why not Ukraine? If Kosovo could leave, why not Crimea?

Let's also remember the USA reneging on the ABM Treaty and on the expansion of NATO.

If I were Putin, I would remind the American People that America is under the most propagandistic system ever devised and utilized in the history of humanity. I would also state that I'd be willing to stack up the legitimacy of Russia's democracy against that of the USA any day of the week.

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