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Kerry's 'Realism' Slips Into Callousness

Chris from Kalifornia Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 8:29 AM
Nothing anywhere in the constitution says anything about building democracy in other countries. If I'm wrong show me where it says that's our job as a country. Our troops should be brought home and used properly to protect our borders and our government is meant to protect our personal freedoms not to infringe on them or anyone else's. Our military should be strong enough to stop any agressor, kill any invader and any other country that wants our troops there should invite us in and pay what the total cost is. Any country that attacks us should be destroyed and we should then leave and come home. No more country building except by example.
Dan7309 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 9:06 AM
Well said, Chris. Your post should be read by every American. Isolationism is, undoubtedly, not the answer. But, either is selling our very soul and voting in people who make unreal promises to be voted into what has become much more than just serving our country as elected legislatures.

WHEN IT COMES to foreign policy, John F. Kerry is no John F. Kennedy.

In his 1961 inaugural address, the 35th president of the United States declared that Americans would "pay any price, bear any burden" in their ongoing defense of liberty and human rights "at home and around the world." Like other presidents before and since – Harry Truman, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush – JFK believed that it was America's destiny to advance freedom and democratic self-government, and oppose the world's tyrants. This is the "idealist" approach to US foreign policy.

Kerry sees America's role differently. For nearly...