According to TheHill.com, Mrs. Clinton called for women to have a larger role in national security issues. Women, she said, are "agents of peace and agents of change." Touting women defense ministers in nations across the globe, Mrs. Clinton said these women prove they can "defend their countries as well as any man."
Mrs. Clinton’s detractors pointed to the empty seats in the hall as clear evidence of a lack of enthusiasm for Clinton and her policies, suggesting that she’s not quite the candidate for 2016 many believe the former Secretary of State is.
A conservative PAC, America Rising, linked to photos of the empty seats with the title "Guess who's #ReadyforHillary! Empty chairs!!!"
Running for the presidency or not, full auditorium or not, The Motley Monk cares not. But, that photo provides evidence of clear difference between Mrs. Clinton and the current occupant of the White House.
Remember when President Obama spoke in Gaston Hall and the brouhaha it generated?
At time, Georgetown University administrators said they had the monogram "IHS"—symbolizing the name of Jesus Christ—inscribed on a pediment on the stage covered over. Why? The White House had asked all signs and symbols to be covered up. Asked? The outcome looks more likes "demanded."
It couldn't possibly be the case that Mrs. Clinton's advance team did demand the "IHS" be removed and Georgetown's administrators refused...could it?
Let the discussion begin...
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