The Cheneys (he and she) have weighed in on John Kerrys recent remarks to a group of minority journalists that
“I believe I can fight a more effective, more thoughtful, more strategic, more proactive, more sensitive war on terror that reaches out to other nations and brings them to our side.”
She said it sounded foolish, and he said that “The men who beheaded Daniel Pearl and Paul Johnson will not be impressed by our sensitivity.”
With all due respect to the Vice-President (ah, who the fuck am I kidding, I’ve got no respect at all for that shit-head), Senator Kerry was not suggesting – as is patently obvious to anyone with half a brain reading the quote – that we behave toward al-Qaeda with more sensitivity. What Senator Kerry said – what his actual words said – was that if we act with more sensitivity toward the views and concerns of other potential allies (France and Germany leap to mind), then we will have a better understanding of the problem, a better understanding of how to deal with it, and some fucking friends left in the world no matter what happens. I mean just, duh.
Or as Kerry’s spokesman said:
“‘If you continue with a foreign policy when you’re arrogant, it makes it harder to hunt down terrorists,’ Singer said. ‘Arrogance leaves us isolated.'”
Can we just fast forward to November and vote these criminals out of office? Now?