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Monday, May 16, 2016

Isn't it time that a woman was a national leader?

Hillary Clinton, You’re No Golda Meir and Margaret Thatcher? Bwwhahahahah!  From Maggie's Notebook

Golda Meir"Below are quotes from Margaret Thatcher and Orliana Fallaci interviewing Golda Meir on “war” and Arabs. Notice how Meir speaks of Israel’s soldiers, and compare it to the callousness of Hillary Clinton toward the four Americans who died in Benghazi.

Are we supposed to sit here with our hands folded, praying and murmuring, “Let’s hope that nothing happens?” Praying doesn’t help. What helps is to counterattack. ~ Golda Meir on Arab Terrorism

Would any American liberal say what Ms. Meir did here?
Fallaci: But since the 1967 cease-fire, the war in the Middle East has taken on a new face: the face of terror, of terrorism. What do you think of this war and the men who are conducting it? Of Arafat, for instance, of Habash, of the Black September leaders?
Meir: I simply think they’re not men. I don’t even consider them human beings, and the worst thing you can say of a man is that he’s not a human being. It’s like saying he’s an animal, isn’t it? But how can you call what they’re doing “a war”? Don’t you remember what Habash said when he had a bus full of Israeli children blown up? “It’s best to kill the Isrealis while they’re still children.”
"Can you imagine any Democrat leader in the U.S. speaking the truth as Meir did above? "
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Margaret Thatcher "A few words from Margaret (Maggie) Thatcher, Prime Minister of the U.K., May 1979 – November 1990: (Can you imagine HIllary Clinton, Bill Clinton or any Democrat believing any of the following?)
 There are significant differences between the American and European version of capitalism.
 The American traditionally emphasizes the need for limited government, light regulations, low taxes and maximum labour-market flexibility. Its success has been shown above all in the ability to create new jobs, in which it is consistently more successful than Europe.

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