John Kerry’s Incredible Vacation


John Kerry fell asleep in a meeting, but he claimed that it was just a long blink. A really, really long blink.

But it’s no wonder considering his busy schedule. Here’s John Kerry with Russian’s Foreign Minister. And yes that’s the best photo of the lot.

kerry russia

Then John Kerry paid tribute to the Nasty Boys.


Here he is with Nabih Berri, a true nasty boy and head of the Amal movement. The Amal movement kidnapped US Marine Colonel William R. Higgins who was slowly and brutally tortured to death.

kerry amal

What could these two chums be laughing about? Maybe it’s the autopsy report that found Higgins had been “starved and had suffered multiple lethal injuries that could have caused his death.  The skin on his face had been partially removed along with his tongue and he had also been castrated.”

It’s been a long trip for Kerry. Surely he deserves the nap.

  • onecornpone

    I am speechless…

    Castrated, his tongue cut out, the skin on his face removed?

    What is wrong with the Left that they can pretend monsters are just regular bureaucratic government representatives they should yuk it up with?

    • Dalethenerd

      Most of our lefties are monsters too, OCP.

  • hrwolfe

    At least he’s consistent. Embracing America’s enemies since 1970 and he came close to becoming President. This could not have happened without dumbing down of the population from the day they start school. Another reason they want free preschool. It is easier to program them without much parental interference and at that we have nearly 2 generations indoctrinated with their tripe. Last night on TV I watched as some small French Villages celebrated the 70th anniversary of their liberation, at least they can maintain a tradition and honestly acknowledge our sacrifice on their behalf. Our school children are not taught about the true aggressors of the 20th century and that WWII was the only good reason we took up arms. Imagine where the world would be today if the US had remained split after 1865, we matter.