Is he John Kerry or Stuart Smalley?

Dear God. Another county heard from. Not to be outdone by the shameless gay pandering of Hillary Clinton or the “don’t rush to conclusions” delusions of Barack Obama, John Kerry had to add his own special blend of insipid “inspirational words” to the smorgasbord of radical Islam apologists waxing nonsensical over yesterday’s terrorist attack in Orlando.

Kerry took a moment away from his remarks at an event with Cypriot Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides to say the following:

I just want to say a word regarding Orlando. There just are no words to express the depths of our feelings – personal feelings and the feelings of everybody who works here – for what has happened there.

Feelings. Nothing more than feelings.

It is horrific in every – every sense of the meaning of that word, and I think an act that obviously was – is profoundly filled with hate as well as a desire to sow terror in people.

Hate, you know, because the victims were gay.

Just as an aside. What is it with John Kerry and his love of adverbs? Usually women are the ones who overuse adverbs. He loves the word “profoundly.” “Profoundly” filled with hate? Profoundly usually isn’t used to describe something filled with hate. People usually use profoundly to describe something deep and meaningful. “I was profoundly moved by the pastor’s sermon,” for example. “Profoundly filled with hate” is just a bizarre turn of phrase.

Everyone has spoken to the strength of Orlando, and I have no doubt that the citizens of Orlando, as its papers declared today very clearly–

“Clearly.” Another adverb.

–will get through this. But all of us will continue in every way possible here at the State Department where we are deeply–

“Deeply.” Profoundly, clearly, deeply. Oy, vey.

–engaged every single day in this fight against ISIL. We will continue to stand up for our values, which are the antithesis of what drove yesterday’s horrible events.

Listen, can we have a moratorium on the use of the phrase “our values” from everyone in the Democrat Party?

What the American people expect from the United States Government is not “standing up for our values,” but defending the country and defeating our enemies. The State Department is issuing visas and processing “refugees” from countries that do not give a crap about “our values.” In fact, ISIS has declared that they will secrete their fighters among these “refugees” in order to come into the United States and launch more attacks on us. John Kerry is doing squat to stand up for our values. One of our values is protecting the citizens of this country from enemies both foreign and domestic. So, do me a favor John, and shut the hell up about “our values.”

We try to undo hate,

“Undo hate?” Sweet merciful Zeus. This man is a blathering idiot.

and we try to show the value of people coming together working through differences and I think are profoundly–

There it is again.

driven by a sense of love for other people.

What does this insipid sentence even mean? Let’s review that again this time without me interjecting profoundly and deeply and clearly about his overuse of adverbs:

We try to undo hate, and we try to show the value of people coming together working through differences and I think are profoundly driven by a sense of love for one another.

No wonder the terrorists are winning. When the chief diplomat for the United States of America utters this nonsensical, Hallmarky claptrap in the face of the single deadliest terrorist attack on US soil since 9/11, they know they’re pretty much going to have a free hand.

“We try to undo hate,” sounds like something Stuart Smalley would say.

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The worst thing you can do is engage in trying to point fingers at one group or one form of sectarianism or another or one division or another.

Yes! Heaven forbid we actually recognize that a radicalized Muslim whose father is pro-Taliban committed this act of terror because he is a radicalized Muslim! That’s just crazy talk!

Those are not the values of our country.

That again? How is recognizing the threat of radical Islam “not the values of our country?”

Does John Kerry really want us to believe that pretending radical Islam doesn’t exist is one of our “values?”

That’s profoundly insane.

What we need to do is to bring people together and work to forever prevent this kind of hate and terror from playing out as it has so horribly [oy, another adverb] in the last day.

“Forever prevent?” Does John Kerry not understand that human beings are flawed, sinful creatures. We cannot “forever prevent” hate. Evil exists in the world. Short of medicating every human being to the point where they are pliant and calm, or maybe short of lobotomizing every human on the planet, there is no way of ridding this world of the evil that spawns this kind of hatred of another person.

One of my favorite TV shows is the short-lived series by Joss Whedon, the science fiction/western called “Firefly.” After the show was cancelled midway through its first season, Whedon wrote and directed a film based on the series called “Serenity.”

I don’t want to give too much away, but the Alliance of Planets created an inhabitable planet where they included in the oxygen a drug called “Pax.” The purpose of the drug was to keep humans from being violent. The crew of the Serenity finds a recording where a scientist talks about what went wrong on the planet:

The G-23 Paxilon Hydrochlorate that we added to the air processors. It was supposed to calm the population, weed out aggression. Well, it works. The people here stopped fighting. And then they stopped everything else. They stopped going to work, they stopped breeding, talking, eating. There’s 30 million people here, and they all just let themselves die.

Listening to these Leftists talk as if they have the ability to rid the human race of evil — by banning guns, by “celebrating diversity” — makes me think of “Serenity.”

We can no more “forever prevent” the evil that spawns radical Islam than we could “forever prevent” people from growing hungry or needing sleep or overusing adverbs.

As I mentioned yesterday about Bernie Sanders’ crazy remarks about guns, Leftists believe it is possible to beat the humanity out of us. They really do believe they can change the nature of man. This is the height of hubris — not to mention profoundly and deeply delusional.

Why John Kerry felt the need to add his voice to the insipid, delusional and profoundly disconnected voices, I will never know. At the end of the day, neither he nor this President will do one damn thing differently to seek to prevent (let alone “forever prevent”) Islamic radicals from bringing their barbaric ideology and hate for America to our shores.

But, fear not. He’s good enough. He’s smart enough. And doggone it, people like him … profoundly.

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2 thoughts on “Is he John Kerry or Stuart Smalley?

  • June 13, 2016 at 4:21 pm

    “Please don’t point fingers at the man in the ski mask with a gun, because there are three fingers pointing back at you!”
    What a maroon.

  • June 14, 2016 at 12:40 am

    Ppffht! John (I served in Vietnam) Kerry. Damn, did he manage to slither out from under some rock again. VILE CREATURE! Get the can of RAID! …He is worse than roaches.

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