(Ron Kampeas) If Hillary Clinton is indeed courting Henry Kissinger, what happens to her relationship with Bernie Sanders?
Reports that the Democratic presidential nominee is actively pursuing endorsements from Kissinger, who like her is a former secretary of state, and other former Republican officials have raised alarms on the left.
It also has provided an opportunity for Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, who has lumped his Republican critics with Clinton as part of an elite that has led the United States into disastrous wars.
The question is whether a Kissinger endorsement shatters the fragile coalition that Clinton has forged post-Democratic convention with her erstwhile rival Sanders and his backers.
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Rayn: Doublethinking about tyranny… The irony of hypocrisy continues…
“I love how progs are always like ‘I fucking hate these right-wing Nazis! I wish the government would just round them all up and kill them!'”
Genaire: Check this out, Anke.
Anke M.: Cannot happen, but with so many nuts coming out if the woodwork…yeah, let’s level the playing field.
Genaire: Then you’re as bad as the nuts you’re advocating to be murdered.
Greg C.: Hehe, “round em up”…sounds like a plan. Use a big pink bus.
Rayn: Many murder-minded extremists think that their actions “level the playing field,” Anke.
Rayn: I’m under no obligation to allow anyone to promote murder of innocents and Nazi tactics on my Facebook profile. Exercise such “freedom of speech” on my wall, and I will respond by decidedly exercising my “freedom of association.” Goodbye.