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Apr 19 2013

John Kerry on the Terrors of America

In light of recent events that stress the need for citizens to be able to protect themselves with firearms (especially if they live in Watertown, Massachusetts), these words from Secretary of State John Kerry bear repeating:

“We had an interesting discussion about why fewer students are coming to, particularly from Japan, to study in the United States, and one of the responses I got from our officials from conversations with parents here is that they’re actually scared. They think they’re not safe in the United States and so they don’t come,” Kerry said.

He noted Japan’s restrictive gun laws — which prevent private ownership of nearly all firearms, including handguns — and said the country was safer “where people are not running around with guns.”

No doubt gun laws are restrictive in Chechnya too.

We could not find worse leadership if we deliberately looked.

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Hey Kerry, why the long face?

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  • Tim Sheehan

    There’s a reason Japan doesn’t have any guns: the last time they were allowed to have them, they were the impetus to half the world going up in flames.

  • chillguy33

    What is wrong with his eyes? Looks seriously diseased. The only good thing I can say about this POS is that he is a better Sec. State then Hillary. Both are absolute crap though.

  • Tax Slave

    There’s a big reason why Japanese civilians SHOULD have guns;

    C H I N A

    There won’t be any “divine wind” to stop a Chinese invasion this time. And the Chinese remember Nan King and Unit 731.

    But don’t worry; China will probably practice on Taiwan first.

  • Time to Close Our Borders

    The ONLY thing that John Kerry has ever done successfully is marrying wealthy women…he is an IDIOT!!!

  • Tax Slave

    The 2nd Amendment was to keep the people armed against insurrection and invasion (such as The French and Indian Wars) and governmental tyranny (such as the War of Independence). Sometimes it failed, as in the Whiskey Rebellion.

    Hunting, sports, and detering crime were afterthoughts.

  • Xavier

    Remember what it took to make Japan a peaceful and prosperous society?

    And just to be sure that wasn’t an aberration, we could repeat the experiment. There are several (well several dozen actually) areas that qualify for “The Healing”. A few are even within our borders.

  • Ghost of FA Hayek

    Lindsay Gramnesty proclaims America to be the battlefield
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2013/04/19/sen-lindsey-graham-boston-bombing-is-exhibit-a-of-why-the-homeland-is-the-battlefield/
    Send up the drones.
    (Music to the Lightworkers ears)

  • Tax Slave

    Xavier,

    That’s exactly what Bush was trying to do in Iraq and Afghanistan, but he could not because an important pre-condition was missing… UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER.

    By that I mean the unconditional surrender of the millitant society and culture. We got that in Japan after Emperor Hirohito spoke to his people, and in Germany after we obliterated the Nazi war machine.

    We will never see this kind of unconditional surrender in the Islamic world until Buddhists feel safe enough to build a temple in downtown Mecca.

  • SandyS

    What a tool. The actual reason is roving mobs of black youth attacking Asian people. Lerch doesn’t want to admit the actual racial reason.

  • snarks alot

    Hanoi Heinz is on the case. He inherited that solid gold touch from dear leader messiah, the immaculate one, ummm umm ummm. Comrade dear leader just gave another worthless speech full of diversity and unicorns it was a short one as Jay-Z and Beyonce were waiting by the champagne fountain that is dedicated to the uniting workers of the world.

  • Curmudgeon 7

    “We could not find worse leadership if we deliberately looked.” At least half of this country did deliberately look for this dweeb. That is why we are where we are today. 40ish years ago, aid and comfort to the enemy and now sec of state.

  • Weda People

    The hair can stay but that face has gotta go.

  • Flu-Bird

    For someone who has rubbed elbows with HANOI JANE He deseerves to be drawn and quartred along with Bill Ayers

  • Cadillac Harry

    The reason Japan doesn’t really need guns is because they refuse to allow just anyone into their country, particularly the lazy, slow-witted, violence-prone Negro race. Granted, I have several intelligent black friends, but the truth is that the majority are unthinking, brutish, uncivilized savages. I’m pretty sure people might hate my guts for saying this, but it’s based on what I’ve observed in my town and the surrounding areas. Some Negroes are good citizens but the vast majority are not fit to maintain the civilization we whites have built over hundreds of years. After all this time, they’re still killing and eating each other. We should never have brought them here.:(

  • http://Moonbattery David

    Hey is this the same John Kerry that served in Viet-Nam?

  • Tchhht!!!

    Yeah, Kerry served in Viet Nam. He served himself and the North Vietnamese.

  • SNuss

    If Kerry had half a brain, he could comprehend that the places “where people (criminals) are not running around with guns.” exist because ARMED law-abiding citizens don’t allow it.
    In Liberal bastions, like Chicago, there are no armed citizens to deter the armed criminals, and the gun violence stats, including murder, bear that out.

  • huh

    It’s not the guns that are so scary…It is that ONE demographic group that always seems to be using them in crimes….

    http://s967.photobucket.com/user/NoPayneNoGayne/media/Music/50centisgonnashootu.jpg.html

    glorifying it too

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