Terrorism made a terrible enemy. Russia’s a known enemy. Terrorism made a terrible enemy. America’s a known enemy. Do the math. Works for both.

Terrorism made a terrible enemy. Russia’s a known enemy.
Terrorism made a terrible enemy. America’s a known enemy.
Do the math. Works for both.

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I don’t like it either though but my head’s full of Star Trek dream of togetherness – and, well, I know better than that.

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vThat’s one of the things that would keep from voting for Trump. I smell impeachment proceedings; he’ll give them PLENTY of excuses for free. Plus, an evangelical-heavy congress would love a Pence in place. Not that he’d necessarily get anything more accomplished than either Clinton or Trump, ’cause Congress loves their in-fighting far more than they love cooperation… but still, Pence will have an edge.

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Not me. She’s known. Well known. A lot of her foreign policies are ones that she’s inherited from Reagan -> Bush -> Clinton -> Bush -> Obama.

Probably goes back further, but these I know.

That train won’t stop for anybody whose in office. I’d rather have someone who’s been there and knows what to expect -and more importantly, that foreign leaders know what to expect. A lame duck Trump won’t stop the machines from rolling along as they have been… but I’d rather have someone who understands it all on top, rather than letting Congress rule. Oh god no.

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If I wanted that, I’d have Johnson on top. Or Sanders. Or Stein….

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