Sunday, February 14, 2016

Still For It Before Being Against It

This man is our chief diplomat in a dangerous world:

Speaking at the Munich Security Conference, [American Secretary of State] Kerry praised German Chancellor Angela Merkel for showing "great courage in helping so many who need so much" and European communities who are taking in those fleeing the violence and "rejecting intolerance and racism" within their societies.

But he warned that the mass influx of refugees and other migrants into Europe spells a "near existential threat" to the continent.

Ponder that stunning display of his nuanced intellect.

Kerry first praised Chancellor Merkel for accepting mass migration of Moslems into Germany (and therefore the rest of Western Europe), expressly saying that opposition to that migration is an example of intolerance and racism.

And then, he describes that influx as a near-existential threat to Europe.

So apparently there are reasons not based on  intolerance and racism to be concerned about a mass influx of refugees and migrants from an alien culture prone to seeing a short skirt as a license to grope--or worse.


Spongespine Spandexpants is an embarrassment to America.

Yet still, he is less of a threat to our security than his predecessor in the office.

UPDATE: Speaking of Kerry's predecessor, not what if, what now?

The Clinton cache of e-mail correspondence in the hands of the Kremlin or other hostile intelligence agencies could represent one of America’s greatest intelligence disasters, giving Vladimir Putin the opportunity to determine the outcome of the 2016 U.S. presidential election or, barring that, to cast a cloud over a Clinton presidency. The national security implications of Hillary Clinton’s cavalier approach to security far outweigh the legal consequences of her actions.

Putin thought President Obama would provide "flexibility" in dealings with the Kremlin? You haven't seen nothing yet--unless you believe all those yoga classes Herself said comprised the bulk of the deleted emails really paid off.