‘Clinton, Cruz, Trump, Rubio all warmongers’

This video from the USA says about itself:

Col. Wilkerson: The Foreign Policy of Clinton, Trump, Cruz & Rubio “Frightens Me”

3 March 2016

Former Bush administration official Larry Wilkerson says the candidates’ hawkish foreign policy record is cause for concern with the potential of a possible North Korea engagement.

As Hillary Clinton emerges as the front-runner for the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate, she is receiving increased scrutiny for her years as Secretary of State. Many are criticizing her hawkish foreign policy, which is the best indication of what President Hillary’s foreign policy would be, with many focusing on her long relationship with Saudi Arabia: here.

Internet petition to NASA to send Donald Trump into space and leave him there: here.

U.S. militarism, and the funding – and the fearmongering – that sustain it are out of control … in the same way, perhaps, that stage 4 cancer is out of control: here.

81 thoughts on “‘Clinton, Cruz, Trump, Rubio all warmongers’

  1. Recently, I was on Bill Maher’s show, and Bill asked me, “Trump or Cruz?” I replied, “Trump or Cruz? How about a revolution?”

    And when it comes to campaign fundraising, we need a revolution. We desperately need a revolution.

    Trump pays for his campaign with all the money he has saved up by the simple expedient of not paying his contractors. (They call getting paid “The Art of the Ordeal.”)

    Cruz pays for his campaign the old-fashioned way: he sucks up to billionaires and lobbyists and multinational corporations.

    There is another way. Our way.

    I don’t have to take greenbacks in gunnysacks, as corrupt kickbacks, from corporate hacks, flaks and humpbacks.

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  2. If you’re watching the GOP debate tonight, you’re probably hearing and seeing some pretty scary stuff. You may hear them talk about plans to dismantle Obamacare, to cut Social Security and Medicare, to stop women from making their healthcare decisions, and to bomb any country they think might have a Muslim person in it. You may also see Donald Trump’s hair and Ted Cruz’s creepy, serial killer smile.

    I don’t doubt your patriotism. After all, you’re supporting me, and as far as I know, I have more American flag ties than any other Member of Congress, Democrat or Republican. But I can also understand why watching the debate would make you want to move to Canada. It’s only human for us to have a fight-or-flight response when we see something this dangerous.

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    Alan Grayson


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