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Roger L. Simon

But what, you might ask, is different about the two men, Kerry and Khaemenei? The obvious — John Kerry is not, by any stretch of the imagination, the USA supreme leader. That honor of course goes to Barack Obama to whom Kerry must defer as the “great moderate” Rouhani must defer to Khamenei.

Everything Kerry does is cleared through, most likely dictated by, Obama. That includes the acquiescence to the heavy water reactor in Arak and all the various comments about Israelis wrecking the peace talks while it is Israel alone that has made the real concession — releasing dozens of incarcerated murderous terrorists who had killed and maimed Israeli men, women and children over decades, sometimes in their sleep.

It is Obama too who is the one who pushes the hapless Kerry to settle with the Iranians at all costs, so that he (POTUS) can get the glory of being the “peacemaker.” Fortunately, Obamacare has so tarnished the president’s reputation — and by extension Kerry’s — that no one will believe what he says anymore. Certainly America’s partners in the so-called P5+1 negotiations with Iran must be a tad skeptical of our honesty at the moment.

And good thing too, because we do have an administration of incompetents who, while lying incessantly, have no real sense of what they want to accomplish. They don’t know and nobody else does. Obama and Kerry have a foreign policy written by Groucho Marx — “Those are my principles, and if you don’t like them… well, I have others.”

Unfortunately, our leaders are nowhere near as funny as Groucho, nor is Khamenei. But you have to admit the Ayatollah does have his principles — and he sticks to them. Would that we did.

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"Everything Kerry does is cleared through, most likely dictated by, Obama"

I believe you misspelled "Jarrett." Common mistake.
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i>Over my four years at Yale, I maintained a 96 grade average and received a 101 average in my senior year.

Which must’ve made it all the more painful when you were turned down by both Harvard Law Tool and Yale Law Tool, and relegated to attending the law tool at Boston College.

I am also a great war hero. I set all kinds of records for heroism when I was in Vietnam. I was grievously wounded at least three times yet continued to insist on staying in the fight…

The first time you were hurt was when you shot into a pile of rice, hit a rock beneath, and caught a ricochet of that left a half inch wound in your arm. When you went to the field surgeon for treatment, the doctor screamed at you for being a pussy and threw you out so he could treat real injuries. Luckily, you were somehow awarded a Purple Heart for an injury that didn’t even require stitches.

You stuck it out for nearly 3 months before the Navy saw to it that you were removed from the Swift Boat company. But more luck: when a sailor fell into the water during one engagement, you went back to pick him up, and the guy was wet but ok. Even though picking up sailors who’d fallen into the drink from their swift boats was routine, somehow you got a Silver Star for that selfless act of heroism.

Then you began unilateral negotiations with the Communists running North Vietnam, even while still in the Naval Reserve. This of course is disloyal and a crime against the military criminal code, but luckily that great American Jimmy Carter interceded on the pissed of Naval brass and quietly had your service record permanently sealed.

With a military record like that, me, I was disappointed to see you take over State when it woulda been better to have you take over Defense.
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John Kerry's FaceBook entry:

Hi there fellow bloggers. My name is United States Senator John Forbes Kerry from the great state of Massachusetts. You can call me JFK if you want.I was born on December 11, 1943, although people tell me that I look at least 20 years younger. It's probably my great hair and rugged good looks. I graduated from Yale in June 1966 in the top 1% of my class. To earn extra money during the summers, I loaded trucks in a grocery warehouse and sold encyclopedias door to door. That is probably one of the reasons that I am so humble. Over my four years at Yale, I maintained a 96 grade average and received a 101 average in my senior year.

I am one of the most senior members of that grand and much loved and respected institution known as the U.S. Senate. Probably the only Senator who was even a little bit greater than me and a little more humble was my dear friend Ted Moore Kennedy. I also have a very high IQ. Very high. At least 250 on a bad day. Much higher than that creep who stole the election from me. I know that he stole it because exit polls are never ever wrong.

I am also a great war hero. I set all kinds of records for heroism when I was in Vietnam. I was grievously wounded at least three times yet continued to insist on staying in the fight when lesser men would have given up. I won the bronze star with extra V's for extra valor and the Silver Star for defeating a whole battalion of NVA with my bare hands. Sometimes I feel like a had to carry all the water for those other ungrateful swiftboaters.

I sometimes like to chill out after a long day of serving the American people by having a double martini with my good friend Ted, although I can't do that now as he has stopped drinking. We used to have a servant bring 21 double martinis. I got one and Ted got one for each of his fingers and each of his toes. Contrary to what some of my very few enemies say I never marry women for just their money. They must also have a pulse. BTW, did I mention that I was in Vietnam? I was also in Cambodia, so don't forget that!

I would like to think that I am open minded, honest, polite, heroic, trustworthy and humble. And I appreciate the same qualities in others although I am realistic enough to know that no one else could come close to me. Turn offs: other politicians who spend more on haircuts than I do. That is just not right. BTW, if anyone has found my Magic Hat, please return to me and I will give you an autographed picture of myself which I am sure you will cherish as your most prized possession.
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NO LIST OF COMMON TRAITES BETWEEN

Khamenei and Kerry would be complete without mentioning that the former is a supreme ass, and the latter (like his boss) leads from beHeinz.
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The illegal evil terrorist state of israel has to be destroyed. There was no state called israel. It was Palestine from time immemorial Would the British have forcibly taken Palestine and created israel if Paslestine was a christian country. Most certainly not. Evil israel's got to go.
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John Kerry is the smartest person I've ever heard of. Didn't your mother ever tell you "It's just as easy to fall in love with a rich girl than it is with a poor girl!" Did I listen? No. Neither did anybody else I know. But Kerry did it -- twice!
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hello. Bring Our Troops Home NOW .
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Why the long face, John?
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Thank God Roger Simon has figured this out; and just in the nick of time.
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Also, both Kerry and Khamenei would appreciate it if you would pay much more attention to global warming than Iranian nukes.
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People, can we give O and Kerry a break by suspending all this harsh judgmental stuff for a while? They chase after progressive ‘chimeras’—as the French referred to any deal with Iran—for ungrateful slobs like us. O and Kerry, and all progressives for that matter, are far too precious a public resource to waste or hold back whenever they see a wrong that needs to be righted—like the one about sanctions having the intended effect of slowing Iran’s bomb program.

That said…it's very likely that Kerry and O were each looking at his reflection in a mirror when the news flash hit that the mullahs would probably cheat on any deal with the Great Satan. But what’s a little bothersome reality compared to playing the part of globe straddling progressive who brought peace to a troubled region if only in his dreams?
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