Hillary received notice of Benghazi, said do nothing, went back to sleep. There was an air craft carrier an hour away that said let's help and was told no, stand down. There was a military commander in Italy two hours flight away, told no, we don't have permission, tried to contact the White House. 13 hours later, an ambassador is dead. And her response is blame a months-old rarely seen Youtube video for an organized Muslim attack on an embassy.
Hillary took out dictators from Morsi to Egypt to Quadaffi in Libya. And she didn't realize or care that they were bad controlling worse elements in their society, the people who became ISIS, Boko Haram, and in the case of Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood that was elected to power before implementing Shariah law in their nation.
Hillary would be a total disaster. Look at the harm she caused as Sec. of State. I go for Trump, because I am willing to believe that he will ask the people who know the most to give him insight into leadership. Hillary has a Queen complex. She is Obama's twin when it comes to accepting advice or criticism.
Judging by past performance, not Hilary. I think Trump would surround himself with knowledgable aides. A better solution.
If the Bible is correct, the next US President is to be the "son of man" who suddenly enters his temple [the White House] (Malachi 3:1B) to bring world peace (Isaiah 2:2-4). Revelation 13:5 say "the head" [US] should reign 42 months [months are presidents and Obama is 43rd, the 21st and 23rd is the same person and one month] so for some reason Obama is supposed to leave the White House empty and the "son of man" suddenly replace him.
In that light, neither will be and their corruption suggests both "WOULD BE" the worst thing that could happen to this nation because of negating the prophecies.
by mio cid 2 years ago
Who do you think is more qualified to be commander in chief,Hillary or The Donald?Of all the responsibilities this may be the most important to be expected of a president.What qualifies each candidate to be commander in chief?
by Yves 24 months ago
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by Ralph Deeds 8 years ago
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by Don W 20 months ago
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