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Madeleine Not-So-Bright: Hillary’s No Cold Fish

By Wyatt Earp | September 17, 2007

Run for your lives! The dead are rising from their graves! I mean, look at this decrepit old coot. It’s Night of the Living Dead out there.

DES MOINES, Iowa – Once the highest-ranking woman in the history of the United States government, Madeleine Albright spent Friday in central Iowa. The former Secretary of State is campaigning for Democratic presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.

“I don’t think I have ever seen the world in such a mess,” Albright said to a packed house at the West Des Moines Community Center.

“I believe that Iraq is going to go down in history as the greatest disaster in American foreign policy. That means that I am acknowledging it is worse than Vietnam,” she told the group.

Albright said Clinton is a caring person who understands the problems of real people. “There has been an attempt to portray her as a cold fish, and she is not.” (H/TDrudge)

Now that’s a ringing endorsement! Watching Not-So-Bright proclaim that The Hill-dabeast is not a cold fish is like watching me say that Michael Moore does not need to lose weight.

Also interesting is her condemnation of the Iraq War. It is disconcerting to listen to Not-So-Bright decry our efforts in Iraq, especially after saying this on February 1, 1988:

CNN) — The United States is prepared to use “substantial” force against Iraq if diplomatic efforts fail to resolve the crisis over U.N. weapons inspections, U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said Sunday. Albright underlined what she said was a continued danger posed by Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction. (H/TCNN)

Maddie, I don’t mind you being stupid – I expect that from politicians – but I do mind you being ignorant. And only an ignoramus would say that Iraq is worse than Vietnam.

Although many on your side of the aisle are showing the same contempt for our armed services that your Vietnam-era cohorts did.

(Linked at OTB’s Beltway Traffic Jam.)

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