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Noted windsurfer and Jenjhis Khan expert nominated for Sec State

Noted windsurfer and Jenjhis Khan expert nominated for Sec State

Will report for duty

It’s going to be official this afternoon, per news reports.

From the archives, windsurfer extraordinaire, Jenjhis Khan historian, witness to most famous tasing ever, will report for duty.

He was against the nomination before he was for it.

A more serious look at Kerry’s failed foreign policy objectives is at The Blaze.


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So, the fake Irishman, but very real hater of America…

will join the other narcissist outlaws on the Obamic chessboard…

UNLESS stopped by someone in the Senate.

He will be confirmed. The Republicans have a slim, very slim chance to elect a Republican to replace Kerry. In the midterms the incumbent party more often than not loses seats to the other party. Slim, but at least it is better than having Kerry continue as the senior senator from the people’s republic of MA.

So the Ketchup King has a new title. I wonder if there are any fire hydrants obstructing the view from his office …

Still have his boat tied up in R.I.?

OH and where is his ‘secret CIA hat’?

It’s amazing how far a lying SOB can go in this country…

Well, the announcement comes on the right day, “the end of the world!”

Yep, the doomsday clock is a-tickin’…

Someone needs to ask Kerry if he ever retrieved his medals that he threw away. Did he throw all his medals or did he keep the Purple Heart medals he got for those scratches on his arm?

    TugboatPhil in reply to texasron. | December 21, 2012 at 1:38 pm

    A reporter found out years later that he’d thrown someone else’s medals over the fence.

      jacksonjay in reply to TugboatPhil. | December 21, 2012 at 2:29 pm

      As I recall the reporter noticed the medals proudly displayed on the wall in his Senate office! When asked, he claimed to have thrown another vets medals over the fence. When do we get to see his records that disprove all his heroic actions in ‘Nam?

Typical No for him would be the best opinion that I could give. A lib who would bow down with Obama to all the other world countries.

So we’re going to have a SecState that gave aid and comfort to the enemy back in the 70’s. I hope John McCain is paying attention. I want to vomit.

What a disgusting waste of human flesh!

I know of not one Viet vet that has any positive response to the mention of the name, “Kerry.” Not one!

He has been repulsive since the the 1970’s perhaps earlier.

The only success that he enjoys as far as I know is his ability to seek out and marry wealthy women…

The Khyber Pass needs a wind surfing paramour. I suggest John Kerry.

Gosh, the Professor missed the part about how he spent Christmas in Cambodia!

And also to be noted that on Feb 18, 1966 John Kerry (who looks French) enlisted in the U.S. Navy for a period of six years of active duty, and he also signed up for Officer’s Candidate School which carries a five yeare active duty obligation. But on January 3, 1970, after only 3 years, 18 days, he was discharged from active duty – for reasons never fully explained (Kerry has never released his military records). All we know for sure is that he wrote a letter on Nov 18, 1969 requesting early release which falsely states that his active duty obligation would end in December 1969.

Questions also arise as to why Kerry did not obtain an honorable discharge until Mar. 12, 2001 even though his service obligation should have ended July 1, 1972.