Hillary Clinton and Obama Admitted They Opposed Iraq Troop Surge Only to Look Good Politically (Video)

Hillary Clinton, a likely Democratic Party standard-bearer in the 2016 presidential contest, staked out her military-related positions in the 2008 presidential race based on how they would play politically, according to a former secretary of defense who served in both the Obama and Bush administrations. Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates wrote in his book that “Hillary told the president that her opposition to the [2007] surge in Iraq had been political because she was facing him in the Iowa primary.”

Last night Sean Hannity asked a panel of military experts, including Billy and Karen Vaughn, Jane Horton, Amber Barno, Jessie Jane Duff, Lt. Col. Steve Russell, and Sean Parnell, what they thought of Hillary’s shocking admission. They all agreed it was disgusting but were not surprised.

It was just as we thought.
Democrats would rather lose a war, regardless of the consequences, than lose a political battle.

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