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Kerry's 'Realism' Slips Into Callousness

Rte66ZenMaster Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 5:18 AM
John Kerry is an idiot. The years haven't changed him. Considering Soetoro's world-wide bowing tour, Kerry will be the perfect Secretary Of (A)ss Kissing to further Barry's agenda. Hope and Pray for 2016 and a Conservative candidate with some balls and leadership moxie.
Harold15 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 5:44 AM
The GOP will never support a true conservative. They are moving further and further left and if they keep going as they are, the left could nominate a pet rock and still clobber the Republicans. I don't believe the GOP wants to win back the WH. In fact, they seem more interested in joining the Democrat party, or, at least, emulating them. You can't tell the two parties apart these days. The GOP seems to stand for nothing these days. All the Democrats stand for is tax, tax, tax, spend, spend, spend, and waste, waste, waste!
Charles SWVA Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 6:23 AM
Harold, you just don't understand the brilliant GOP Strategy. If the GOP siddles far enough to the left, the Demonrats will have to move even further left and will eventually fall off the left "cliff", thereby popping up on the right where they can be easily defeated by the radical left GOP. The GOP will then be in charge of the money.

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...