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The Worst Person in the World?

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Hillary ClintonAfter everything that I’ve read and everything that I have seen, the only good thing that has come out of Obama becoming president is that Hillary Clinton didn’t get the job. Clinton is not only the worst Secretary of State in this country’s entire history; she is also one of the most terrible human being this planet has ever produced. I’m absolutely serious about this.This is a woman that has no soul. When she arrived in Libya, shortly after Gadhafi was murdered, she cackled like a witch and uttered “We came, we saw, he died”.

This is a woman that has no soul. When she arrived in Libya, shortly after Gadhafi was murdered, she cackled like a witch and uttered “We came, we saw, he died”.

She thought that the man’s death was hilarious. If anyone in this country had any sense, she would have been impeached the day she said that. The woman is a complete psychopath. This woman has no moral compass. The only kind person of that would say something like that in public is a sociopath. Clinton not only dammed herself with that statement, but she also shamed this nation. It’s quite obvious that Obama can’t control her (or just maybe he doesn’t see anything wrong in her behavior).

This woman (and I use the term loosely) is going to start a war. She’s already laying the groundwork for World War 3 and it appears that she has Obama’s blessing. On Friday in Paris, she slammed both China and Russia for blocking military intervention in Syria.

"I don't think Russia and China believe they are paying any price at all, nothing at all, for standing up on behalf of the Assad regime," she said. "The only way that will change is if every nation represented here directly and urgently makes it clear that Russia and China will pay a price, because they are holding up progress, blockading it. That is no longer tolerable."(Ian Black, guardian.co.uk 6 July 2012).

Just who is Clinton, and what gives her the right to dictate any type of morality after her past behavior in Libya? More importantly, why does the American public let her get away with it? Where are the followers of Jesus Christ that constantly preach about “morality”? Is this the kind of morality that we want our children to learn?

It galls the hell out of me when I hear how “evil” the Republicans are. Sure, they’re evil, but no more evil than Hillary Clinton, and by association, no more evil than Barack Obama. We are a nation that is led by evil, from the top down. We should be ashamed of ourselves, not that anyone of us can really do anything about the situation. Maybe all we can do is to write about it, talk about it and protest this type of behavior. I don’t have an answer, I just have questions.

The most important question I have, one that keeps me awake at night, one that troubles me no end, is how did we get to this place? Another question that is probably just as important, is how long do we have before we kill off all life on this planet? We’ve already diminished the sanctity of life. One person’s life means nothing. Someone’s death is something to be joked about with reporters. Killing off Muslims has become a national pastime. Think nothing about the Japanese Kamikaze’s; these Muslims are scarier than they were. Just ask our leaders. These people are the scariest people that ever lived. They are so scary in fact; the Geneva Conventions don’t even apply to them.

Hillary Clinton is a damaged person. I should feel pity for her but I can’t seem to muster any. She is the one that must live with herself. That should be enough punishment for anyone, yet I believe that she doesn’t feel anything like remorse or guilt. That is the definition of a sociopath. I know it intellectually, yet I can’t come to terms with it emotionally.

I guess I just needed to get this off of my chest. The only thing I can do is exactly what I’m doing. I hope that at least one person who reads this will talk to someone that would never read anything like this article, and in doing so will have brought at least some degree of awareness to that person. I guess we can only do so much. We can’t pin people to the ground and make them listen, I know that at times I have wanted to. Maybe someday this will just be a bad memory.


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