Juxtaposing Hillary’s Antics to the Reality of National Security

You won’t see Democrat candidates for President concern themselves with national security.  There will be no questions at the Democrat “debates” regarding the safety of the nation, the guarding of our borders or the guarding of our intelligence secrets.

In fact we get quite the opposite.  Bernie Sanders announces that the email scandal is not up for discussion.  The importance of the topic seems to be lost on Democrats.  It must be an inconveniently complicated topic sans any emotion, that oh so necessary element for any Democrat issue.

To watch a historically accurate movie or read about the lengths and efforts that our and the allied intelligence communities have exerted in the past to procure valuable information from our “unfriendlies” yields a stark contrast to the reckless treatment of our nation’s sensitive and classified materials by Hillary Clinton.

Our President announces troop withdrawals or deployment schedules for his political purposes, but the same also serves as a convenience for our enemies.  Our troops are hamstrung by rules of engagement, restrictions fully played upon by the opposition.

The Japanese Naval Code of WWII was broken by the efforsts of Joseph J. Rochefort and others. Reading about the Pacific War or watching an accurate movie such as Midway reminds us of the importance of intelligence gathering and intelligence protecting.  This information can win wars and save lives.

Likewise, in the movie The Imitation Game Alan Turing and others at Bletchley Park are recalled as breaking and then protecting information garnered from Nazi transmissions via the Enigma code machine.  Both incidents remind us of the massive efforts, the brilliant work, and the exhausting exertions by very smart people.

Now compare and contrast the cavalier and sloppy handling of our national top secret materials by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in which her personal convenience trumped national security.  No smart people here.  No regard for national security, only narcissistic decision making by the Secretary.  She embodies a diametrically opposite attitude regarding the importance and concern for national security than that possessed by the code breakers of WWII.

We can speak in clichés about the greatest generation.  However, there can be no doubt that the resolve, the intelligence, the ability to grasp the gravity of the situation has been lost on the likes of Hillary and Obama.  They seem to consider themselves to be that which is important.  Just ask them.

You won’t see Democrat candidates for President concern themselves with national security.  There will be no questions at the Democrat “debates” regarding the safety of the nation, the guarding of our borders or the guarding of our intelligence secrets.

In fact we get quite the opposite.  Bernie Sanders announces that the email scandal is not up for discussion.  The importance of the topic seems to be lost on Democrats.  It must be an inconveniently complicated topic sans any emotion, that oh so necessary element for any Democrat issue.

To watch a historically accurate movie or read about the lengths and efforts that our and the allied intelligence communities have exerted in the past to procure valuable information from our “unfriendlies” yields a stark contrast to the reckless treatment of our nation’s sensitive and classified materials by Hillary Clinton.

Our President announces troop withdrawals or deployment schedules for his political purposes, but the same also serves as a convenience for our enemies.  Our troops are hamstrung by rules of engagement, restrictions fully played upon by the opposition.

The Japanese Naval Code of WWII was broken by the efforsts of Joseph J. Rochefort and others. Reading about the Pacific War or watching an accurate movie such as Midway reminds us of the importance of intelligence gathering and intelligence protecting.  This information can win wars and save lives.

Likewise, in the movie The Imitation Game Alan Turing and others at Bletchley Park are recalled as breaking and then protecting information garnered from Nazi transmissions via the Enigma code machine.  Both incidents remind us of the massive efforts, the brilliant work, and the exhausting exertions by very smart people.

Now compare and contrast the cavalier and sloppy handling of our national top secret materials by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in which her personal convenience trumped national security.  No smart people here.  No regard for national security, only narcissistic decision making by the Secretary.  She embodies a diametrically opposite attitude regarding the importance and concern for national security than that possessed by the code breakers of WWII.

We can speak in clichés about the greatest generation.  However, there can be no doubt that the resolve, the intelligence, the ability to grasp the gravity of the situation has been lost on the likes of Hillary and Obama.  They seem to consider themselves to be that which is important.  Just ask them.