Confusing parties… The UK ‘Conservative Party’ is more closely aligned with the US Liberal Democrat party. A recent row arose in the UK about providing more arms to the Saudi’s in their ‘coalition’ against Yemen. Of course, we all know it is an ethnic cleansing genocidal war, not a coalition. But apparently, Boris Johnson who is a representative of the UK ‘Conservative Party’ is arguing that despite Amnesty International and the UN declaring war crimes committed by the Saudi’s in Yemen, there is no evidence to support that allegation and therefore he encourages ramping up arms sales to them. Much like the Clintonite/Obama/McCain agenda.
Political parties used to have clear definitive lines of values and beliefs. But more recently those lines have shifted to be inclusive of more ambitious definitions including liberal Republican, progressive democrat, socialist democrat, conservative union, labour, liberal labour, and even liberal democrat – which seems an oxymoron – or just a moron…
That being said, the muddiness of the US Republican and Democrat parties has reached breaking point. The lines have been pushed to the point of spicing up a steak – add a little salt, pinch of pepper, turmeric, basil, cloves, garlic, Rosemary, lemon, etc… and voila!
While a VP has historically little impact on the election results, Tim Kaine, Hillary’s VP pick has some interesting stances and allegations. For example:
*Kaine adamantly opposed the War on Iraq. Hillary was a strident backer.
*Kaine opposed reduction of military and veteran benefits. Clinton advocated for ‘redeployment and caps on troops’, and a reduction in military spending.
*Kaine criticized the No child Left Behind Act. Hillary supported it.
*Kaine supported coal. Clinton opposed it.
*In order to balance the Virginia budget, Kaine put through budget cuts that required higher tuition for public universities. Hillary wants free public university education.
What Kaine did accomplish was winning previous Republican strongholds in his run for Governor. How? Same way Hillary is luring and baiting, by speaking their tongue, their language, like a lobbyist compromising on one issue in order to push through a dozen others. This crossover would be the fate of Republicans today as their loyalty would seem to have wavered and waned, their value system grayed, and their reputation shallowed.
While most of the Republican’s jumping ship are retired, their reasoning is more hypocritical – and sometimes strangely devious with the Bush’s leading the pack. They continually defend the ‘good ole boys network’, and anyone outside the club is not welcome.
So why Kaine? Why would Soros/Hillary pick Kaine? He walks the walk, talks the talk and appears squeaky clean. Perhaps his Google history has been scrubbed. And while events did occur during his tenures as mayor, lieutenant governor and governor, whether those events can truly be attributed to him – is rather vague. During his term as mayor the homicide rate fell 55%… because ‘Kaine supported Project Exile’… he didn’t draft it, he didn’t oversee it, he didn’t have anything to do with it and yet, he is credited with that ‘success’.
What has he actually accomplished? “As Governor, Kaine successfully protected 400,000 acres of conservation land’. In reality, the conservation was done by The Virginia Outdoors Foundation, which worked to protect the land two years before Kaine was even elected Governor… During the Great Recession, Kaine’s tenure was marked by the fact that Virginia’s unemployment did not drop as much as the national average. There is no reason given, just that he happened to sit at his desk during this time frame. In fact, outside of an executive order banning smoking in public places, it would appear that Kaine’s entire tenure has been that he ‘supported’ something someone else actually did.
And yet – Soros picked him for Hillary’s VP.
Why? It may be that Hillary was played as the puppet, the democrat with the most notoriety able to wreak the most havoc on a Republican election. And maybe, she is the mask to usher in Tim Kaine. While she courts the Republicans with her feminism and hawkish ideals, her health could very well be a more significant factor on the stage of Act II. Given that nothing is decided without known and unknown motives, Kaine’s placement as Hillary’s VP is certainly not accidental or misguided. If Hillary were to win the election before her health completely failed her, Kaine could invoke her as unfit to lead and succeed as President.
His policies are not progressive – they are liberal and in line with Obama, a stance that would not win an election today. To be sure, his appointment should be scrutinized given it was most definitely a Soros decision and Clinton’s health would not appear to be a conspiracy but a definitive fact.