“When we walk away from global warming, Kyoto,when we are irresponsibly slow in moving toward AIDS in Africa, when we don’t advance and live up to our own rhetoric and standards, we set a terrible message of duplicity and hypocrisy.”
“So we have a crisis of confidence in the Middle East – in the world really. I’ve never seen our country as isolated, as much as a sort of international pariah for a number of reasons, as it is today.”
John Kerry in Davos, Switzerland, joining the chorus of left-wing liberals and Democrats, whose mantra is “blame America first.” The only message of duplicity and hypocrisy rendered were the words of a failed and flawed ugly American senator, John Forbes Kerry.
There is probably no politician, Democrat or Republican, as despicable as Senator John F. Kerry, the junior senator from Massachusetts. Kerry, whose senate record is distinguished only by being so utterly indistinguishable…and where it stands out…mainly regrettable, has been on the wrong side of every major issue since he threw someone else’s medals across the White House fence to punctuate the atrocities he accused two and a half million veterans of committing in Vietnam.
It is one thing to be a blithering idiot when it comes to American foreign policy but quite another when it comes to slandering your own country with bald-face lies. It is indeed true, as someone else pointed out, that Kerry now finds himself enveloped in the Jimmy Carter syndrome of, having been rejected by the American people, now seeks comfort, solace, and approval from America’s enemies.
Kerry lied when he said the United States was irresponsibly slow in moving forward with assistance to Africa and AIDS. President Bush has already spent more on AIDS in Africa than the Clinton administration spent in eight years. At the end of the Clinton’s administration, aid to Africa was $1.4 billion a year. President Bush has more than tripled that amount increasing the aid to over $4 billion a year…and intends to double that amount over the next two years.
Kerry lied when he said the United States walked away from the Kyoto Treaty. Only a complete moron would make a statement like that. The Kyoto Treaty was so flawed even Bill Clinton refused to submit the treaty to the Senate. The Byrd-Hagel Resolution in 1997, stating the United States would not be bound by a Kyoto treaty that exempted India, China, and other developing nations, was passed unanimously by the Senate. John Kerry voted in favor of that resolution. This is the same position President Bush continues to hold, the one Kerry voted for.
As Kerry stood at the podium calling the United States of America an international pariah and making an ass of himself, the former President of the Iranian terror state, Mohammad Khatami, sat nearby no doubt finding himself in complete agreement with Senator Kerry’s assessment. Khatami himself probably couldn’t have said it better except to maybe add that Iran continues to work on a nuclear weapon to wipe Israel off the map.
So what did John Kerry have to say about Iran … the rogue nation currently supplying weapons and bombs to Iraqi terrorists, the country that supports and funds the terrorist group Hezbollah, the country that vows to obliterate Israel, the country that hosted a summit to deny the Holocaust, the country defying the rest of world in seeking to build an atomic bomb?
The silence you hear is John Kerry signing Mohammad Khatami’s autograph book.