Obama and Kerry Are Now Stuck in Iraq


Kerry killed his presidential prospects in 2008 by telling an audience that if you don’t get an education, you’ll find yourself stuck in Iraq.

“You know, education, if you make the most of it, if you study hard and you do your homework, and you make an effort to be smart, uh, you, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.”

And then Kerry became Secretary of State, made a farcical offer to have Assad give up his WMDs that the Russians cleverly took him up on and that Obama decided to take the Russians up on and that the Russians, the French and everyone else is now dragging to the UN for an extended debate…

… and now Yale grad Kerry is stuck in Iraq.

It’s the same old Bush Iraq where the Russians and French drag you around and waste your time and a Middle Eastern dictator plays for time by offering up inspections and the United Nations wastes your time with an extended debate.

Kerry claimed that his stuck in Iraq comments were really about Bush. It doesn’t matter much now, because apparently Kerry didn’t do his homework and now he’s stuck in Iraq.

  • Da Marsh

    Every time I see Kerry go through the motions as Sec. of State, I thank God that Bush, warts and all, beat his sorry ass. Just imagine the kind of mistakes he’d have made as President Kerry.

  • tagalog

    The negotiations will take so long that eventually everyone will forget about Obama’s red line and the chemical murder of all those people will be forgotten, so not only will Obama be off the hook for putting himself on the spot, the claim of a horrible atrocity and its accompanying moral duties will be forgotten. So much for accountability. For the rest of Obama’s term, the U.S. will lumber along like a big, stupid dog. The Shrek of the world.

    • tracy

      Accountability? take a good look at the children that are born in Iraq/Afganistan today.They don’t even look human.

      • tagalog

        They look human to me. Maybe you’re missing something.

      • Aizino Smith

        I saw another of your posts. It was a little ambiguous.

        Ya know some of us have been to Iraq and Afghanistan, we know what people look like there.

        BTW some of us have foreign nationals in our family line in multiple generations in the recent past.We get around. you can';t give us some spin about what the world is like.

      • Moa

        Well, there is a very high rate of birth defects in Muslim countries due to the “consanguinity”, which is the marrying of close relatives that happens very often in Muslim culture (since strangers cannot be trusted, not even other Muslims).

        Here, look at the *data*:

        Now, I know you were probably insinuating that it was depleted uranium – which the US has the capability to use, but did not use as it is only useful against armored vehicles, which the insurgence in Iraq did not have – instead the much more effective High Explosive and Armor Piercing Incendiary was used instead.

        So let’s not start on any false claims about depleted uranium. Even hinting at it shows you have no idea what you are talking about. Besides DU not being used (it had no little in the 2003 Iraq war, and certainly not in the subsequent insurgency such as the battles of Fallujah as is falsely claimed), even if it was, you cannot claim DU had any effect until you eliminate all other effects – such as the massive rate from inbreeding. When you look at background effects rather than simply pushing a Narrative then it is called “science” as opposed to “fabrication”. As Richard Dawkins famously said, “Science works. B!tches”.

        The high rate of birth defects in the Iraq is due to inbreeding. Iraq is not even the worst case of this in the Muslim world!

  • DogmaelJones1

    This is not a Kerry-ism: What goes around, comes around. And kicks Kerry in the butt.

  • truebearing

    If Kerry knew when to shut his mouth, the comment he offhandedly made about Assad giving up his WMDs could have redounded to his and Obama’s credit, but he had to blather on….and Putin seized the day.

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