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Kerry's 'Realism' Slips Into Callousness

rphillips Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 4:37 PM
The destruction of wealth, as you claim, has happened under BO. The economy would have recovered under BO, had he not had his stimiulus package. He wasted money on bankrupt green energy jobs and paybacks to the unions with their slush funds. That money could have been used to get the economy back on track in other ways by cutting regulations on business.Dems want high unemployment and with a complacent media, have lied to the public as to the actual unemployment. It is closer to 20% rather than the 8% they report. How do you explain 47% of people are receiving govt assisstance as being a good thing?

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...