Obama and Kerry resort to juvenile diplomacy

The US and Canada has (sic) arguments once in a while, but they’re not the nature of arguments that can’t be solved diplomatically. - Obama Photo: Mashable.com

MILLINOCKET, Maine - March 23, 2013 - Last week  John Kerry professed to be a “child of the ocean” (don’t forget his “tolerance of stupidity” declaration in February) and Barrack Obama suggested that the (imaginary) border between Israel and Palestine is comparable to the US-Canadian border. 

How else would you define this administration’s diplomacy if not “juvenile?”

Shouldn’t these people know better? We used to send our most revered statesmen into the international spotlight. These days, our “statesmen” are notable only if they have avoided implication for scandalous behavior.

When did the adjective for our diplomacy switch from “respectable” to “romper-room?”



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