So how many people are actually listening to the unconstitutional Sec State, especially since it is the Sec State that controls the 4th department of the USG? Wikileaks? Not a chance. They are terrorists so why should they listen to anyone let alone an unconstitutional asshat like Hillary Clinton?
[The unconstitutional] Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday said the U.S. "deeply regrets" embarrassment caused by the leak of a quarter-million classified State Department documents and said the government is taking "aggressive steps" to prevent future leaks.
The Obama administration ordered a governmentwide review of how agencies safeguard sensitive information in the wake of the unauthorized release of the documents.
The publication of the sensitive diplomatic cables Sunday exposed years of U.S. foreign-policy maneuvering. Among activities detailed in the documents, gathered by the website WikiLeaks, was the extensive, and increasingly successful, push by the U.S. for an international consensus to confront Iran's nuclear program.
The director of the White House's Office of Management and Budget, Jacob Lew, said in ordering the agencywide assessment Monday that the disclosures are unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
Mrs. Clinton may have to confront the fallout first hand after she leaves Washington on a four-nation tour of Central Asia and the Middle East, a region that figures prominently in the leaked documents.
Mrs. Clinton spoke about the furor Monday after a meeting with the visiting foreign minister of Turkey, Ahmet Davutoglu, at the State Department. She called the leaks an attack on America and the international community, saying they "tear at the fabric" of reasonable government.
``This disclosure is not just an attack on America's foreign policy interests,'' Mrs. Clinton said, ``it is an attack on the international community: the alliances and partnerships, the conversations and negotiations that safeguard global security and advance economic prosperity.''
``It puts people's lives in danger, threatens our national security and undermines our efforts to work with other countries to solve shared problems,'' she told reporters at the State Department.
She acknowledged that the newly released cables that revealed deep concerns among Arab world leaders about Iran's nuclear ambitions have a basis in reality.
``It should not be a surprise to anyone that Iran is a great concern,'' she said, adding that the comments reported in the documents ``confirm the fact that Iran poses a very serious threat in the eyes of her neighbors.''
Meanwhile, Russian officials played down the release of the confidential U.S. diplomatic documents that portray Prime Minister Vladimir Putin as the dominant ruler in a "virtual mafia state."
The documents on the WikiLeaks website include a U.S. Embassy cable describing Mr. Putin as an "alpha dog" who calls the shots and President Dmitry Medvedev as a pale, hesitant figure who "plays Robin to Putin's Batman," a reference to comic heroes.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov brushed off the assessments Monday, indicating that Russia didn't want their revelation to spoil the improved relations pursued by the Kremlin and the Obama administration. "It's certainly amusing reading, but in actual policy we prefer to be guided by the concrete actions of our partners," Mr. Lavrov was quoted as saying by Russia's Interfax news agency. [...] go read the rest - click the picture
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