Hillary Clinton, Architect of Failure

If you want to stump a Democrat,
ask them to name an accomplishment
of Hillary Clinton. —- Carly Fiorina

Lieutenant General (Ret.) Keith Kellogg:

My experience in decision-making has shown that patterns are tough to break. In the military we study an opponent looking for gaps, flaws, or weaknesses that can be exploited. Successful leaders at all levels in all disciplines conduct this kind of analysis.

It is quite clear, using that kind of analysis, that Hillary Clinton can best be described as an architect of failure when it comes to national security and international relations. The potential consequences of her flawed decision-making would be destructive to the nation if she were commander in chief.

Let’s briefly review her qualifications to be commander in chief and focus on key international decisions considered to be, by her supporters, a strength. Clinton’s policy decisions have affected thousands: decisions that resulted in the loss of our soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines; decisions that have cost this country trillions of dollars; decisions that have destabilized the Middle East and decisions that demonstrate her decision-making quality (a quality that is sadly lacking).

General Kellogg then gives the details of 11 specific failures of Hillary Clinton while Secretary of State, all of them serioius setbacks not just for the United States but also for tens of thousands of people outside the United States who were adversely affected by her actions and omissions.

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