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The WaPo Kerry Endorsement: Curious and Curiouser

Bob319 Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 8:19 AM
After WWI the US was the major power in the world, hence whatever we did had consequences and if they were bad, well they affected other countries worse than us. Now that there are some real competition screwing up has consequences that will affect us big time. Kerry is a political hack, much like Hillary, they think in political short term advantage and have no concept of reaching a long term goal. But this is par for the Obama group. Clinton has been terrible and I expect nothing better from Kerry, but the media will love him.
Donaldjh Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 10:33 AM
Bob 319, you might be wrong in referencing their agenda as short term goals. Look up the Communist Party of America list of goals in the book "The Naked Communist" first published in 1958 to see how well their "Long Term Goals" and the present Administration in D.C. gel.
Rich L. Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 11:20 AM
Exactly, the zero is not as bumbling as he is evil and his goals are not in the best interest of the country. Too bad the sheeple will not wake up and it is too late now to stop the decline into ruin. The morons will wail that it was the evil capitalists all the way to the grave as they starve and riot in the streets. Too many governments have restricted peoples ability to fight back against their NAZI regimes and the age of personal freedoms and opportunity is over.

Editor's Note: This column was coauthored by Bob Morrison.

The editorial staff of the Washington Post, surely meant well. They wanted readers to think that Sen. John Kerry’s vast experience in foreign policy over four decades equips him to serve as Secretary of State in the second Obama administration.

The editorial, titled “John Kerry: Well-suited to be Secretary of State,” gets that part right. The natty Mr. Kerry certainly looks the part of a globe-trotting senior U.S. diplomat.

As to his qualifications for that role, we’re reminded of Frederick the Great’s response when he was urged to make a less...