Hillary Clinton: 'I've Made Women a Cornerstone of American Foreign Policy'

There are 1 comment on the Cybercast News Service story from Mar 13, 2012, titled Hillary Clinton: 'I've Made Women a Cornerstone of American Foreign Policy'. In it, Cybercast News Service reports that:

During her tenure as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton says she's instructed U.S. diplomats and development experts to "partner with women to find ways to engage and build on their unique strengths, help women start businesses, help girls attend school" and "push" women to get involved in peace talks and elections.

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DougyG

Montgomery, AL

#1 Mar 13, 2012
Right on Hillary! Because everyone knows that being opposed to mandatory insurance coverage for birth control pills is morally equivalent to female circumcision and being stoned to death for adultery after getting raped./sn Seriously, you libs actually wanted this completely unserious dimwit who's sole achievement was marrying someone ambitious to be your president?

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