Strange, But True: Mrs. Clinton Claims ‘I think the Russian Reset worked’

Posted by on Jul 24, 2014 at 1:21 pm

You cannot be serious:

Um, yeah, whatever.

Clinton, who as secretary of state was the lead diplomat promoting the so-called reset, called the policy a “brilliant stroke” during an interview with the BBC in June.

We really think this aging homeowner is the one who’s suffered a stroke.

She’s still trying to pimp the book nobody is buying.

What I think I demonstrate in the book, is that the reset worked,” Clinton told guest host John Harwood on NPR’s “On Point” on Thursday during a conversation about her new memoir, “Hard Choices.” “It was an effort to try to obtain Russian cooperation on some key objectives while (Dmitry) Medvedev was president.”

Clinton later said the reset “succeeded” and was meant to be “a device to try to refocus attention on the transactional efforts that we needed to get done with the Russians.”

What the hell does that mean?

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5 Responses to “Strange, But True: Mrs. Clinton Claims ‘I think the Russian Reset worked’”

  1. SNuss on 24/24/14 at 1:50 pm

    Well, it worked for the Russians. I doubt if Ukraine, Georgia, and the rest of Europe would think it worked for them.

  2. jukin on 24/24/14 at 2:55 pm

    Giving the “OVERCHARGE” button to the Russians worked. Hillary couldn’t spell the button right. Smartest woman ever!

  3. Tuerqas on 25/25/14 at 11:00 am

    What it means is that the Dems are already setting up their reset. They know the debt is too great to pay off. This is the portion of the plan where they spend silly because they already know the US will declare bankruptcy and attempt to reset. Only idiots believe the US is financially sound because the Government says so.

    The reset basically did work for Russia because they have such a wealth of natural resources, the same reason that it will ‘work’ for the US. The super-wealthy will move their wealth to the Caymens and Switzerland, the normal Americans will lose 35-40% of their assets as the USD is devalued and the dollar is removed as the world’s currency. Ta-da! See? Debt problem resolved. Sorry America, but it was the only way. Now vote for me again.

  4. SNuss on 25/25/14 at 12:07 pm

    @ Tuerqas: For what happens next, because of the Obama regime’s failed fiscal policies (or, their wildly successful Cloward-Piven policy) read about the Weimar Republic, and what followed.

    We have a limited time to change direction, before we reach the edge of the cliff.

  5. Tuerqas on 28/28/14 at 10:55 am

    The Weimar Republic is an unlikely scenario. A combination replay of the Russian reset and what happened to UK monetary values in 1945 is more likely. I can’t imagine anything but a backfire for the Cloward-Piven plan. The problems with some sort of weird conversion to income equality through an overload of the welfare system are legion, but I suspect the biggest would be that the welfare people would be rioting in the streets and few people that had been working their whole lives would be all that sympathetic to their plight.