Done and done

Three of my most unfavorite (is unfavorite a word)  I guess not, given the visual racket my installed editor is and has made since I typed, “unfavorite.”

No worry though, I believe conservative readers can figure it out.  Their (the three) names are Barack Obama, John Kerry and Hillary Clinton.  With Hillary, we get a bonus because she pulls Bill’s ear and he tags along until he can escape to some exotic place full of tarts and other delights.

The cost of maintaining these three (add Obama’s family) is almost incalculable but in the Obamas’ case their lovely vacations to Hawaii and foreign destinations is estimated to have cost we American suckers in the area of eighty million  dollars. We can add the cost of investigating Obama for various crimes.  Can you say, IRS and allowing his minions to run away with our freedoms?  How about “Fast and Furious,” and the deaths and disruption we can lay on that little trick. Obama knew about that operation and has remained almost mute all these years since it was first revealed to the world. If, as President Truman enjoyed remarking, “The buck stops here,” (referring to  the presidential desktop) then there was a pile of dollar bills on Obama’s desk before he left.  We can leave Obama to history, although he will be around stirring the pot that all progressives stir.  Would anyone care to bet that he will be spending George Soros’ money?

John Kerry.  What can we say about John Kerry except he followed in his boss’s footsteps when it came to favoring Palestinian pursuits and anything which placed Iranian interests in  front of those of the  United States.  We will definitely find His and Obama’s actions have guaranteed we will fight a war (perhaps a nuclear war) with this Islāmic Terrorist country. Perhaps he, of the three, will settle down and help the former Ms Heinz spend her millions.

Finally to Hillary; if there is any finality to her story.  Perhaps the FBI and others will make a final determination in her and Bill’s foundation tricks and treasures. Maybe she will finally be charged or cleared of the Benghazi sorry mistakes and manipulations she is alleged to have  made in that tragic destruction of life and the sorry lies told by her and her minions.  If she is not charged and found guilty, Hillary will be back to try to claim that elusive prize in the of being the first female President of the United States.  Wait for it …or not.

Done.  I am free of the three!

Kerry & Obama: Hammering Out The Ukraine Problem

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Leery Of Keery

It pains me to see representatives of the US make fools of themselves, but Obama’s administration has packed-in more Silly Sallies than its share.  John Kerry as Secretary of State has busted the harness (if there ever was one) broken the reins of diplomacy and demonstrated how weak he truly is. Weak, except for promises to deliver bucks and armaments to potential enemies, i.e. Egypt for one, in the middle-east and surrounding area.

Believe it or not, it looks like some members of Obama’s administration are catching up to his wild and wily ways. Read the excerpt of a CBS report and then follow the link after the excerpt to understand the consternation.

WASHINGTON (AP) — In four months as secretary of state, John Kerry has certainly promised great things. Now he has to deliver.

In the Middle East, he has raised hopes his solo diplomatic effort can produce a historic breakthrough ending six decades of Arab-Israeli conflict.

He has pledged to bring Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government to heel and to work with Russia to end Syria’s civil war.

He has suggested rolling back U.S. missile defense in the Pacific if China can help rid North Korea of nuclear weapons. He has hinted at possible one-on-one talks between the U.S. and the reclusive North Korean leader Kim Jong Un if it would help.

Since succeeding Hillary Rodham Clinton as America’s top diplomat, Kerry has issued several as yet undelivered — and perhaps undeliverable — pledges to allies and rivals alike, proving a source of concern for Obama’s policy team. It is trying to rein in Kerry somewhat, according to officials, which is difficult considering Kerry has spent almost half his tenure so far in the air or on the road, from where his most dissonant policy statements have come.

The White House quickly distanced itself from both Kerry’s North Korea remarks and has now, since President Barack Obama’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Northern Ireland this past week, seen up close the strength of Moscow’s resistance to Kerry’s Syria strategy.

All the officials interviewed for this story spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to evaluate Kerry’s performance publicly.

Reporting for work at the State Department in February, the former Democratic senator from Massachusetts quickly outlined his ambitions.

Clinton still harbored thoughts of a second potential presidential run when she arrived at the department. But aides say Kerry, a 69-year-old Vietnam veteran, is giving himself completely to a job that in many ways is the climax of his political career and the realization of a lifelong dream after years as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Now he wants to tackle head-on the world’s thorniest foreign policy conundrums.

 Eerily Leery Of Kerry