As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton
Clinton was given executive power, and failed every time it mattered.
I’ll bet they leaked the questions to the Clinton campaign.
And already, both don’t answer the question.
Of course, Obama said Hillary is not fit to be president.
On to comments!
I know we can all show, on a daily basis, inane acts of evil and sickness but this one just strikes me wrong. A woman was hit over the head at Montana way stop, IN BROAD DAYLIGHT, and put in the trunk of her car. Her car was then driven to the outside of Spokane, Washington airport where she was found dead. What is really heart wrenching is that she traveled 325 miles, which would be at least 5 to 6 hours of constant driving, talking at times with her husband, daughter and the police, as cell service would permit. Yet through all of this, they were unable to locate her until it was too late. Something like that has to be absolutely devastating to everyone involved. Makes me think of those poor people on Flight 93. This is just one of those things that is very upsetting to me.
An 84 year old priest was beheaded in a church in France. How many throats must be slit and innocents killed before the left abandons their silly utopian project of importing killers into the West and thinking that they will magically transform?
It did not work the other way (i.e., Bush’s delusion that he could transform Iraq into Iowa) and it will not work by bringing them over here in such large numbers.
The sheer numbers of them that Obama and Hillary want to import into our lands suggest that a small number of them will be affiliated with malevolent Islamic supremacist groups. All we must do is witness what is happening in Europe as a warning to us here in the USA.
But we continue to fight this menace (that we don’t want to identify) with social media hashtags, candlelight vigils and posts to #PrayFor(fill in city here).
It is well known that progs are more impulsive:
Evidence suggests that these personality differences between liberals and conservatives begin to emerge at an early age. A 20-year longitudinal study by Jack and Jeanne Block showed that those who grew up to be liberals were originally assessed by their preschool teachers as more emotionally expressive, gregarious, and impulsive when compared to those who became conservatives, who were considered more inhibited, uncertain, and controlled. Liberals may show greater tolerance for diversity and creativity, but they may also be more impulsive, indecisive, and irresponsible. On the flip side, conservatives may be organized, stable, and thrifty, but also have stronger just-world beliefs (leading to a greater tolerance for inequality), and stronger fears of mortality and ambiguity. Even recent neuroscience work published in Current Biology from University College London identifies fundamental differences in the partisan brain. Brain scans revealed a larger amygdala in self-identified conservatives and a larger anterior cingulate cortex in liberals, leading the researchers to conclude that conservatives may be more acute at detecting threats around them, whereas liberals may be more adept at handling conflicting information and uncertainty.
The amygdala is “[shown] in research to perform a primary role in the processing of memory, decision-making, and emotional reactions, the amygdalae are considered part of the limbic system.”
But recent research has “found that study participants who reported seeking high levels of stimulation or excitement or a tendency to act on impulse had reduced cortical thickness in brain regions associated with decision making and self-control, particularly in the anterior cingulate and the middle frontal gyrus.”
So despite having larger anterior cingulate cortices, the reduced cortical thickness reduced the functionality of those regions.
Science is proving the truth of Dr. Savage’s aphorism: “Liberalism is a Mental Disorder”
Dr. Savage’s comment on liberalism has scientific backing now:
When the researchers disabled one part of the brain which is used for complex problem-solving, the subjects became more liberal. Fortunately, this effect was temporary, and the subjects recovered their senses. The damage to James Brady’s frontal lobe, unfortunately, was permanent, and resulted in his being a liberal the rest of his life.