Weapons Industry Dumps Republicans, Backs Hillary

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  1. poncho

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    The U.S. arms industry has all but abandoned its traditional allies in the Republican party and is putting their money on Hillary Clinton.

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    Fascism takes a left hand turn.
     
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    Bumperdoodle
     
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    Her husband sold us out to the Chinese. She was involved heavily in that sellout. Could be they know her "goodwill" is for sale.

    That may not be the case for others.
     
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    They know a winner when they see one. They aren't interested in ideology. They want to maintain access.
     
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    Nixon sold us out to the Chinese, Bill just did the follow up. He and his NAFTA globalist buddies that is.
     
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    No doubt she'll make the elite's extra constitutional "wars" drag on for the sake of their bottom lines.
     
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    Hillary Clinton is hardly a peacenik. She has already stated that even with her as president that these United States will have troops in Iraq at least until 2013.
     
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    Which is better for business (military contractors) AKA American interests, a short war or a long war?
     
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    Exactly. This may explain why Clinton no longer supports an immediate withdrawal.
     
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    Nixon did some things that if anyone else did they would have been called a liberal,for some reason they told us he was a conservative,huh? wasn't he really a Rockefeller confidant?
     
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    Aren't all politicians (with few exceptions) Rockefeller fellers now? They're all (with few exceptions) pushing a one world government agenda either through global taxation and usurping national sovereignty through "trade agreements", "public private partnerships", and "sustainable development" among other things.
     
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