Skip to comments.In Tunisia, Clinton cites promise of Arab Spring
Posted on 02/25/2012 7:44:02 AM PST by qaz123
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) -- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Saturday appealed to countries in the Mideast and North Africa to make good on the promise of reform offered by the Arab Spring and not abandon the democratic goals that sparked revolts throughout the region.
In Tunisia, the catalyst for the tumult that engulfed the region last year, Clinton urged the continued embrace of reforms would serve as a powerful example elsewhere. Her comments came amid concerns that transitions in Egypt and elsewhere are faltering and at risk of being hijacked by extremists.
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Good grief! Hitlery must weigh about 250 lbs. now. And off her own turf, she couldn’t find a desk, table or chair to stand behind and hide her big hips the way she did 99% of the time while in the U.S.
Muzzies will kill Muzzies for as long as the sun shines and rivers flow.
What does this woman not understand ?
Hillary is having Nocturnal emissions.
The chances of a true Democracy in any of the countries where Obama stirred it up are slimmer than Olive Oyl.
F*** the arabs and the Clinton they rode in on!!!!
Wellesley, not Brown
They all had the same professor: Karl Marx.
Yes, the same as Madeleine (not too) Allbright.
Clinton, the Barbe Doll wanna be, did not mention a Democracy but called on the “Tunisians, particularly the young, to demand that their new leaders stay on the path of liberalization and openness.” As if we had “openness” in this country under the Progressive Left.
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