I think, your list of adverse events abroad is simply too much to lay at the feet of the U.S. Secretary of State. The US can't prevent every bad thing from happening and nor is it to blame for everything that goes wrong.
Regarding illegal immigration, the only sensible policy is what Hillary and others have long advocated—a path to legalization. Nothing else makes sense, certainly not Trump's idea of the forced deportation of millions. ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <mdixon.6569@...> wrote : Pretty close feste37. The fact is that about 66% of the country believes and has believed for years now, that the country is headed in the wrong direction. Hillary is a continuation of the current direction the country is headed in. Evangelicals will vote for Trump *not* because he's a man and that women should be submissive to men but because Hillary is another leftist liberal, a liar and a crook. She's been in government, public service, for nearly thirty years and what has she accomplished? The *reset Button* stopped a missile defense shield for Europe,got Georgia invaded, and the Crimea taken from the Ukraine and other parts of the Ukraine were lost to the Russians as well as well as Russian involvement in protecting Assad from Obama's *red line*. She threw Mubarak under the bus, allowing the Muslim Brotherhood to seize control of Egypt, increasing it's involvement in Radical Terrorism. Libya was a disaster and now a den of vipers. Weapons given to rebels now associated with ISIS. Lost the fragile peace in Iraq and now we have the biggest surge in refugees the world has seen poring into Europe and she wants to invite 600,000 of them to live here.... maybe even more, along with 11+million(probably closer to 30 million) Illegals from south of the border given legal status along with all the rights of citizens. She is a proponent of the New World Order hoping to please the rest of the world . Trump is a more of a nationalist, protecting our own interests first. Evangelicals are not under the illusion that Trump is any kind of saint. They just know that we, as a nation, we are at a fork in the road and going down the one we are on right now is unacceptable. Nothing Trump can say can compare to Hillary's record of failure. From: feste37 <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2016 12:33 PM Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: The case against Donald Trump Obviously, Trump cannot win a debate against Hillary. He has neither the knowledge nor experience. But here is what will happen: Hillary will win the debate but Trump—surprise, surprise—will continue his uptick in the polls. Not by much, but it will be there. There will also be a growth in the number of "secret Trumpists," that is, people who plan to vote for Trump but will not admit it. This could give Trump a bigger margin of victory on Election Day. Ultimately, America will prefer a man to a woman. That's what it comes down to, I think. The evangelicals in particular will vote for Trump, not because they think he is a shining example of anything they profess to admire, but because St. Paul thinks that men should rule over women. As you can see, my Trump Anxiety is growing by the day. This is a virus that is affecting liberals all over the country, and it is contagious. I was just on the phone to a friend in another small town in Iowa (not Fairfield) and explained my beliefs about how the election would turn out. Now she has Trump Anxiety too. It's contagious! Not only that, it may well be long-lasting -- it could be four years or even eight before we get over it! ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <authfriend@...> wrote : (Only three presidential debates, Ollie.) ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <olliesedwuz@...> wrote : The article shared has in it the further seeds of Trump's destruction - He has nothing to substantiate, or further define himself, for the upcoming debates. He doesn't even want to prepare for them, believing that the "terrible twos" OCD act that worked so well in the Primaries will see him through again. Should make a grand incoherent ranting fool of himself, and Clinton probably has a few baited hooks with which to further stump the Trump. By the fourth debate he will be shouting himself hoarse that the debates are rigged, but with numbers plummeting, no one will be listening. Believing the blizzard of BS and his patient army of ass-kissers, he is seriously underestimating Clinton's knowledge and experience, and her ability to clearly call out his absolute lack of both, on stage. Can't wait, and pass the popcorn. :-) ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <awoelflebater@...> wrote : ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <olliesedwuz@...> wrote : Well written, and factual. http://theweek.com/articles/648712/case-against-donald-trump http://theweek.com/articles/648712/case-against-donald-trump Very much worth the read. I know/realize all this and more - the man is a complete menace to all decency and what we hold dear in this country, in our lives. What is maddening is when you get these idiot radicals blowing up things in the US or abroad and it becomes instant fodder for Trump to spew more of his "I told you so" and "Only I can keep you safe from the Muslim threat". This is not good timing and I curse these terrorist imbeciles every time they do something because it only furthers Trumps rhetoric in the eyes of the gullible, shallow-thinking supporters he seems to draw to himself.