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Thursday, September 8, 2016

Commander-in-Chief Forum- Trump WIns!

    "I've been preparing for this for a long time. And you know, my theme is make America great again. We're going to make America great again. But, Matt, we've also got to make America strong again. And right now, we are not strong. Believe me. We have a depleted military. We have the greatest people in the world in our military, but it is very sadly depleted."-Donald J. Trump

     One woman, one man, one common goal. That goal is to be the next president of the United States of America and our Commander In Chief. Who does America want to be the next Commander In Chief? A man with a clean slate and a plan to rebuild a depleted military, as to keep America safe again, or a woman with 30 years of experience in failing America's military and making poor decisions? After watching each candidate for approximately 30 minutes, the choice should be clear. That choice should be Donald J. Trump.

    As Donald J. Trump won the coin toss, Hillary Clinton was made to be the first to be questioned by the moderator NBC's Matt Lauer. In watching Ms. Clinton I couldn't help but wonder just why any sane person would even begin to think she would be a smart choice as Commander In Chief.  As Ms. Clinton waddled out on stage looking somewhat like Tweedle Dee or Tweedle Dum, I couldn't help but laugh. The woman could not look any less presidential, but then, she appeared abrasive and abrupt. I thought her to be the perfect epitome of a "battle ax", no doubt.  "I'm asking to be judged on the totality of my record," said the former Secretary of State. Well the totality of Clinton's record is one I personally would not want to flaunt. Clinton's record in foreign affairs is failed at best. Hillary in all her glory voted for the war in Iraq. She was involved in the too soon removal of troops from Iraq. She and Obama both backed down from their "red line in the sand" against Asaad, failed to aid rebels in Syria, thus causing the Syrian refugee crisis at present. Hillary was involved in the take down of Muammar Gaddafi,and in Libya resulting in an even more unstable Libya. She was directly responsible for the deaths of four men in Benghazi, due to her negligence, and was successful in aiding  in the creation of ISIS due to a lack of leadership in the Mid East. While Ms. Clinton may think her record is one of which to boast, I and many, many others would beg to differ.

    As Matt Lauer questioned Hillary with somewhat surprisingly difficult questions, Lauer failed to be successful in his moderating abilities. Several times Hillary interrupted, and cut off Matt Lauer. While Lauer attempted to stop Clinton at times from being long winded, Clinton ignored Lauer's requests. While Clinton may well have undermined Matt Lauer, she did not undermine those questioning the former Secretary from the audience. "As a naval flight officer, I held top secret sensitive compartmentalized information clearance. And that provided me access to materials and information highly sensitive to our war fighting capabilities. Had I communicated this information not following prescribed protocols, I would have been prosecuted and imprisoned. Secretary Clinton, how can you expect those such as myself who were and are entrusted with America's most sensitive information to have any confidence in your leadership as president when you clearly corrupted our national security? Slam dunk! Hillary had no real rebuttal with this one, and how could she? She claimed the material was not marked "classified" while it has been reported the emails clearly included the letter "C" at the header. I've said it once, I'll say it again, "stupidity" is no excuse for breaking laws. Furthermore, "stupidity" is not what America wants as their "Commander In Chief". 

      Hillary Clinton is not a "Commander In Chief", and her record shows that she does  not have the makings of a strong and successful, "Commander In Chief". I'd sooner call her a "liar in chief", but never a "Commander In Chief"! Clinton at one point during the forum claimed that America had to defeat ISIS. Rather amusing, considering that Clinton intends on allowing 550% more unvetted Syrian refugees into the U.S. How may I ask do we defeat ISIS, when she intends on letting them in on our shores? ISIS has admitted to be disguising themselves as Syrian immigrants, and still Obama and Hillary both insist on rolling out the red carpet for people that want to kill us.  Furthermore, America will never defeat ISIS without troops on the ground. Hillary said she would never put boots on the ground again. Perhaps someone should brief Ms. Clinton and tell her, that we already have troops on the ground. Some 4400 ground troops to be exact. While sparse and unable to do much, due to Obama's rules of engagement, the Secretary and presidential candidate should most certainly KNOW that America does in fact have boots on the ground. Hillary as "Commander In Chief"? No thank you! Clinton's "Commander In Chief Forum" performance was mediocre at best, even with the aid of an ear piece and person feeding her the answers! Matt Lauer even appeared to be at times, giving her answers. All in all, I found the former Secretary of State to be abrasive, and defensive. Hillary most definitely showed her weakness to be an effective Commander In Chief, at a time when America needs a most effective Commander In Chief.

    As Donald J. Trump took to the stage, the mood was quite different. Trump was friendly, confident, loose, and seemed quite comfortable in the arena. Most in Trump's position would not have been so comfortable as Matt Lauer was anything, but inviting and cordial. As Matt Lauer questioned the formidable businessman, he was hostile, interrupting, and argumentative. Not only did I find Matt Lauer to be downright rude and biased, I felt him to be sneaky as well.  As Matt Lauer questioned Trump on his recent intelligence briefings, I couldn't help but think he was hoping Trump would reveal all too much.  Soon after the forum was held, mainstream media did in fact criticize Trump for being too open on his briefings. However, Trump did not reveal any pertinent information not already known. "What I did learn is that our leadership Barrack Obama, did not follow what our experts and our truly-when they call it intelligence, it's there for a reason-what our experts said to do. And I was very, very surprised. In almost every instance. And I could tell you. I have pretty good with the body language. I could tell they were not happy. Our leaders did not follow what they were recommending." -Donald Trump  Not one word that Trump said has not been said by many in the military that have been of counsel to President Obama. In fact, it has been said that Obama has been told false information by some in the military as so the president would do the opposite of what was truly recommended. That being said, Matt Lauer may have thought he tripped up Donald Trump, but he did not. Nothing was revealed that had not already been stated publicly.
      Donald J. Trump has the makings of not only a "Commander In Chief", but a great one at that. Moderator Matt Lauer pressed Trump on his plan to defeat ISIS. Trump declined to tell just what his plan would be. Makes perfect sense to me as it would seem any smart "Commander In Chief"  would keep his military plans confidential. While Obama may choose to warn our enemies of our plans and our comings, Trump does not. How can one defeat an enemy if they divulge their plans to defeat them? They simply can not, which is precisely why Obama and Hillary have not been effective in defeating ISIS. Hillary Clinton will never defeat ISIS. Donald J. Trump has a plan, a secret plan. Donald J, Trump has a plan that I believe will defeat ISIS and that is one of the many reasons that I support Donald J. Trump. Hillary Clinton does not have an iota of a chance at being a successful Commander In Chief. Donald J. Trump on the other hand is no doubt a man that will be a great and successful "Commander In Chief"!
 (c)Sean Bianca GOPGIRL 2016
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