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I say this, because she has already proven to be an efficient military leader. Also as such, she is also a very vocal political representative of her people, of the beautiful state of Hawaii.
Obama was born in Hawaii.
She stands for The American People. She swore in to serve her country, and as a leader, she has had various opportunities to endure the art of war. She now is a continuing Officer for The United States Army, and 15 years in, she works in conjunction with Congress and The House of Representatives to ensure that the people’s needs are met, and voices are heard.
She has a profound argument, which should be resonating with every American, and that message is that we are fighting too many wars.
She must have heard a voice say, “when are we going to end these wars?”
She argues that there is now to be a time for an era of peace; an era without war. A world, where we no longer butt our heads into foreign affairs, where other Nations perhaps may violently conflict with one another.
She argues for diplomacy well above the art of war.
An era without an obsessive desire to topple a Nation’s regime.
I believe that it will take an enormous amount of courage to accomplish, but I also believe that if we could, this great nation would save Trillions of dollars, which would open various paths for us to begin to more so invest more in our great Nation’s development.
So, I’ll dream of perhaps, 100 years without war. I’ll dream of 100 years without The United States of America fighting another country. I’ll dream of a century of prosperity, and better educational options, of enhanced health care, of massive infrastructural projects, better housing and decreased debts.
I’ll dream of a world without war, our world without war.
So, if even not for a century, maybe just a decade without conflict with another Nation, and era where The USA can focus vehemently on social justice and reforms that would help millions of more Americans prosper, and not have to stand idly, as decisions are made that inadvertently hinder the success of many American Dreamers, and not just those that, in today’s society, come here with the prospect of discovering just how truly amazing The American Dream can be.
Too early to call, obviously, I anxiously await to see her on the debate stage.