Hillary Clinton says Bernie Sanders' plan to pay for state college for qualifying American students is unrealistic, because America's youth won't have much time for college when she is president due to all the wars they will be drafted to fight in.
|Libya (Above in Green). Hillary Clinton pushed for regime change in Libya in 2011.|
Young American men and women may need to fight a war there to clean up her mess.
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WASHINGTON (The Nil Admirari) - Today, Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton criticized her opponent U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont for his plan to have the government provide a state college education to qualifying American students. Clinton declared Bernie Sanders' plan was unrealistic and directly conflicted with her plan to send America's youth to fight wars in Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, and elsewhere.
"Bernie Sanders' plan to have the government provide a state college education to all qualifying students will be extremely expensive for my friends on Wall Street, and is completely incompatible with what I have planned for America's youth," said Clinton, who shook her head and rolled her eyes.
Secretary Clinton continued, "I don't know how the hell Bernie Sanders thinks the United States can send American kids to college at the same time I will be drafting them, and sending them off to fight wars in countries across the Muslim world and beyond."
"So, Americans just need to forget the idea of higher education funded by the government and a tax on Wall Street speculation. We can't afford to do it, because my foreign policy is going to be pretty expensive in blood and treasure," explained Clinton.
An unidentified member of the press asked Secretary Clinton if she had learned anything from her 2002 vote as U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton of New York, which authorized the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
"Clearly not. I was the one who convinced President Obama in 2011 to pursue regime change in Libya, which is now a failed state," replied Clinton.