Hillary's History: Hitler Is Putin This Time

By:  Jack Kenny
03/07/2014
       
Hillary's History: Hitler Is Putin This Time

For Hillary Clinton, as for many Republicans, it's 1938 or '39 and Hitler is on the March again. Only this time his name is Putin and he is marching in Crimea. In both time and place, Hitler angst is a moveable feast.

Russian President Vladimir Putin contends ethnic Russians in Ukraine need to be protected. Clinton, the former (in chronological order) lawyer for the Senate Watergate Committee, First Lady, U.S. senator, presidential candidate, and secretary of state, noted that Hitler claimed to be protecting Germans in other lands, such as Czechoslovakia and Romania, when he began moving his armies out of Germany in the late 1930's.

"Now if this sounds familiar, it's what Hitler did back in the 30s," Clinton said while speaking in Long Beach, California, at a fundraising luncheon for area Boys and Girls Clubs. "All the Germans that were ... the ethnic Germans, the Germans by ancestry who were in places like Czechoslovakia and Romania and other places, Hitler kept saying, 'They're not being treated right. I must go and protect my people.' And that's what's gotten everybody so nervous."

Well, okay, that does sound suspicious. If "HitPutin" or "Putler" were really a peace-loving citizen of the world, he would send his troops across an ocean and use them to protect a people roughly 5,000 miles from his own land as the United States did in Operation Iraqi Freedom, even as we were, and continue to be, engaged in a war in Afghanistan. Though she lived and campaigned in regret of it, then-Sen. Clinton voted to authorize President George W. Bush to lead that invasion — er, liberation — that brought regime change to Iraq and the blessings that followed: civil war, anarchy, and an Iraqi regime with close ties to fellow Shiites in Iran. Just what we always didn't want. Well, you know, war is hell, so put on your asbestos armor and get ready to go there again.

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