Let’s stop saying bad police officers are rare. They’re plentiful from coast to coast.
“Since Theodore Roosevelt in 1904 declared the U.S.’s right to exercise an “international police power” in Latin America, the U.S. has cut deep wounds throughout the region, leaving scars that will last for generations to come.”
“Police who abuse their neighbors and exceed their authority should be subject to the same laws which apply to anyone else.”
Hillary Clinton is amoral, unethical and dangerous. She advocates invading nations who have not attacked us: bombing, sending illegal drones known to kill innocents and wasting American resources and lives.
These are war crimes.
CIA and military resources are used to destabilize, invade, attack and terrorize smaller and poorer nations, selling arms to both sides of needless conflicts and avoidable wars.
“Eight more years of 27 or more simultaneous expanding wars will be unprecedented since World War Two. These avoidable conflicts will bankrupt the nation and create more enemies.”
…in 2016, … Stein is not the only one to argue that, while the Republicans have gone off the rails, the Democrats have perceptibly shifted to the right.
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“Currently, American foreign policy under Obama has become a global assassination program, using bombs, drones and CIA espionage to attack smaller and less powerful nations for profit.”
(Bernie signed off on this aggression and Hillary participated in it directly)
…*She has always been a warmonger. As First Lady from January 1993, she encouraged her husband Bill and his secretary of state Madeleine Albright to attack Serbian forces in the disintegrating Yugoslavia—in Bosnia in 1994 and Serbia in 1999. She’s stated that in 1999 she phoned her husband from Africa. “I urged him to bomb,” she boasts.
oweug[a…”She has been an unremitting supporter of Israeli aggression, whenever it occurs.”