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Sure she has a mind of her own, but I don't really see why one should assume she would govern that differently. From her Secreteray of State time we know she is pro war, pro fracking and pro "trade" agreements. If anything, she is more aggressive then Bill Clinton and Obama.

To the - probably very large - extent these policies are formed by an environment, that environment is not the political scene, but the security establishment that goes hand in hand with big money. I think these views are formed by the interests of the MIC, Big Oil and the US trade policy post 70ies that strives to write the rules to benefit the US corporations that deals in "rights", previously it was mostly intellectual rights, now there is also the right to profit itself.

And I don't see how that will change, or Hillary Clinton as a likely change agent there.

by fjallstrom on Tue Jun 7th, 2016 at 11:19:51 AM EST
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