John Kerry Angry That The US Senate Is Obeying The Law

John Kerry met illegally with the North Vietnamese communists in 1970, in direct violation of US law.

U.S. code 18 U.S.C. 953  “A U.S. citizen cannot go abroad and negotiate with a foreign power”


Later he met illegally with another communist dictator in Nicaragua


Now he is angry that the US Senate is asserting the Constitution.

[The President] shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur

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9 Responses to John Kerry Angry That The US Senate Is Obeying The Law

  1. Disillusioned says:

    I think that’s Tom Harkin admirably looking on at Marxist Sandinista Daniel Ortega as fellow freshman Senator Kerry shakes his hand.

  2. Edmonton Al says:

    After a couple of times listening to John Kerry, I came to the conclusion that he is an airhead, that married money. Is that right??

    • gator69 says:

      From money, then married more money.

      John Forbes Kerry was born on December 11, 1943 in Aurora, Colorado, at Fitzsimons Army Hospital to Richard John Kerry (1915–2000) and Rosemary Isabel Forbes (1913–2002). He was raised with an elder sister named Margaret (Peggy) (born 1941), a younger sister named Diana (born 1947) and a younger brother named Cameron (born 1950). Despite their mother being an Episcopalian, the children were raised Catholic and Kerry served as an altar boy.[1]

      Kerry grew up a military brat[2] until his father was discharged from the Army Air Corps, causing the family to settle in Washington, D.C. in 1949.[3] While In Washington, Richard took a spot in the Department of the Navy’s Office of General Counsel and soon became a diplomat in the State Department’s Bureau of United Nations Affairs.[4]

      While his extended maternal family enjoyed a great wealth as members of the Forbes and Dudley–Winthrop families,[5] Kerry’s parents themselves were upper-middle class, and a wealthy great aunt paid for him to attend elite boarding schools.

      My father was an Air Force officer, and we were never upper middle class, because we had no rich relatives paying our way. Kerry’s family has always had money.

  3. NancyG says:

    I can’t stand John Kerry. When he ran for president I told my daughter that if she voted for him I would disown her. She said, “But he cares about women.” I said, “He wants you to *think* he cares about women.” Hillary is pulling the same stunt now.

    Last night I watched Jeopardy and under a category titled The Science of Security there was a video at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. This was the answer clue:

    The lab’s high performance computing, with the capacity of 20 quadrillion operations per second, is not just helping to build weapons systems but to model this, which Secretary of State Kerry in 2014 called directly related to the potential of greater conflict.

    Question: What is climate change.

    No one took a guess.

    The clue was convoluted, but the words Kerry and model should have tipped off a contestant. I think many people have become so immune to the message of doom that they tune it out now.

  4. Gail Combs says:

    The soldiers that served with Kerry gave us a true picture of the S.O.B.
    Read the comments about the book John Kerry tried to get banned.
    Unfit For Command: Swift Boat Veterans Speak Out Against John Kerry

    The first one is the usual Progressive CYA for Kerry.

    This comment is quite interesting in response to that comment.

    Doug: I hate to burst your bubble, but according to the military records I received on John Kerry through my FOIA request, Lt Kerry departed his assignment in Vietnam for the United States in March 1969, and requested separation from the USNR later that fall. Knowing this, it would be impossible for Jim Rassmann’s story to be true. This is just one of the reasons why I am suspicious of career politicians. The Kerry episode may just be a strong argument for term limits.


    A ‘Nam vet who defended Kerry seems to have a bit of a problem…

    • Mike D says:

      The amazing thing about that whole issue is there were a whole pack of people who served directly with Kerry or where also involved with certain incidents and the media didn’t even interview them. They pretended they were basically crazy. That wouldn’t happen today, thanks to the internet and other media, but it worked well back then.

  5. Hugh K says:

    And to avoid any complaints of sexism…

  6. JJ Reuter says:

    Reblogged this on jjreuter.

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