Madeleine Albright Is Back, but She Is Still Living in the Past | The National Interest — MCViewPoint

Your eye roll, and your compassion for these sociopathic tyrants, is your acceptance. It’s why and how they are still in power decade after decade, investigation after investigation, trails even, they’re still here.  Compassion with criminals is commiseration.  Drinking from the poisoned well does not make you immune.  No germ theory calls these bitches the germs.

And next I’m going after the sacred cow called Shirley Temple Black.

“What’s the use of having this superb military you’re always talking about if we can’t use it?” Never mind the lives of those who volunteered to defend America. https://nationalinterest.org/blog/skeptics/madeleine-albright-back-she-still-living-past-153751 by Doug Bandow Madeleine Albright is back with a new book to sell. Interviewed in by the New York Times magazine, she reminds us how she continues […]

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2 thoughts on “Madeleine Albright Is Back, but She Is Still Living in the Past | The National Interest — MCViewPoint”

  1. Not a good response at all. I think everyone in Washington at present, doesn’t need to be there anymore. It needs dismantling completely. There may be some well intended, newly elected officials who seeks real change but the corruption already in place ultimately become an contagion that perpetuates the infection of greed and little compassion for humanity.

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