November 1, 2009

Hillary CLinton & Drones in Pakistan (VIDEO)

Hillary Clinton took heat from Pakistan this week over America's use of Predator drone aircraft missions that launch guided missiles in Pakistani territory, but Clinton held her ground against the crititiques.

Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State has fallen nicely into the role of bad cop in the good cop-bad cop team with President Obama, and was more than willing to face up to beef in Pakistan about the drones. At a press conference she was asked whether America's droone attacks, which allegedly have killed civilians, should be considered terrorism, and faced charges that the US presence is bad for the region Clinton steadfastly refused to discuss specifics on the drone attacks, but sternly reminded her Pakistani audience that "we have been fighting your war."

Hillary Clinton & Drones in Pakistan

US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton came face-to-face Friday with Pakistani anger over US aerial drone attacks in tribal areas along the Afghan border, a strategy that US officials say has succeeded in killing key terrorist leaders...

Hillary CLinton & Drones in Pakistan

Posted at November 1, 2009 12:01 PM

You Go Hills. That is the only way to talk to those stupid goverments who do nothing for their own people.

Posted by: Luis at November 1, 2009 1:07 PM

Pakistani Government are in with Al Qaeda terrorists. This is why they condone the use of drones. Drones are working against Al Qaeda and they want it stopped to protect them! They, terrorist, can't use the killing/shooting down of a drone in the media against American sentiment. When US soldiers are killed in battle the terrorist flaunt it on public news media and use it here in America to strike fear. A Drone just does not quite do the same impact to the American people. Terrorist need the US ground combat so they can commit casualties. I say keep producing drones and using them against these foolish ungodly characters!

Posted by: Calif . American at November 1, 2009 8:03 PM

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