Hillary Clinton A Career Criminal

In March 2007 she voted in favor of a war spending bill that required President Bush to begin withdrawing troops from Iraq within a certain deadline; it passed almost completely along party lines but was subsequently vetoed by President Bush. In May 2007 a compromise war funding bill that removed withdrawal deadlines but tied funding to progress benchmarks for the Iraqi government passed the Senate by a vote of 80-14 and would be signed by Bush; Clinton was one of those that voted against it. In August 2007 Clinton, following the lead of Armed Services Committee chair , called on the to replace as with "a less divisive and more unifying figure," saying that Maliki had failed to make progress in bridging differences between the hostile factions within Iraq. Maliki responded angrily to the suggestion, saying "There are American officials who consider Iraq as if it were one of their villages, for example Hillary Clinton and Carl Levin ... This is severe interference in our domestic affairs." Clinton responded to General 's September 2007 by saying, "I think that the reports that you provide to us really require a willing suspension of disbelief." Regarding the concurrent , Clinton voted against a Senate resolution condemning personal attacks on Petraeus, which passed 72-25. In September 2007 she voted in favor of a Senate resolution calling on the to label the "a foreign terrorist organization", which passed 76-22.

Hillary Clinton Career Criminal - Decrypted Matrix

In March 2007 she voted in favor of a war spending bill that required President Bush to begin withdrawing troops from Iraq within a certain deadline; it passed almost completely along party lines but was subsequently vetoed by President Bush. In May 2007 a compromise war funding bill that removed withdrawal deadlines but tied funding to progress benchmarks for the Iraqi government passed the Senate by a vote of 80-14 and would be signed by Bush; Clinton was one of those that voted against it. In August 2007 Clinton, following the lead of Armed Services Committee chair , called on the to replace as with "a less divisive and more unifying figure," saying that Maliki had failed to make progress in bridging differences between the hostile factions within Iraq. Maliki responded angrily to the suggestion, saying "There are American officials who consider Iraq as if it were one of their villages, for example Hillary Clinton and Carl Levin ... This is severe interference in our domestic affairs." Clinton responded to General 's September 2007 by saying, "I think that the reports that you provide to us really require a willing suspension of disbelief." Regarding the concurrent , Clinton voted against a Senate resolution condemning personal attacks on Petraeus, which passed 72-25. In September 2007 she voted in favor of a Senate resolution calling on the to label the "a foreign terrorist organization", which passed 76-22.


Hillary Clinton; 67th United States Secretary of State; In office ..

Hillary Clinton Career