Remember when the press scornfully compared Bush’s intelligence to this man?
Well, here’s his latest nugget, this one on climate change, “supposing I’m wrong or scientists are wrong, 97 percent of them all wrong – supposing they are, what’s the worst that can happen?” (Can someone, anyone educate the progressives to the FACT that 97% of scientist DO NOT agree humans are causing the globe to warm to a significant degree. That nowhere near 97% believe we should radically alter the world’s (read U.S. and the west) economy in order to accommodate this risible notion. This is why our MSM is execrable; why it stinks; why I have zero respect for most of the turds who work in it. That the Secretary of State, one of the most powerful offices in the nation and therefore the world, utters nonsense that can be torn to shreds in 15 minutes of research and his words and intelligence go virtually unchallenged by our media watchdogs is simply beyond comprehension.
I think it takes talent to be as stupid and clueless as Kerry. But let’s play his game a minute; it’s applicable to any number of issues facing the country:
What if we are wrong about negotiating with Iran and Hamas? What’s the worst that can happen?
What if we let Iran get the bomb? What’s the worst that can happen?
What if we are wrong about a general amnesty to illegal immigrants? What’s the worst that can happen?
What if we are wrong about continuing to let our debt rise? What if we are wrong about continuing to print money? What’s the worst that can happen?
What if we are wrong and there is corruption at the IRS? What’s the worst that can happen?
The permutations are nearly endless. What a brilliant governing philosophy…I think we should inscribe the words across the entrance of all our federal buildings. What if we are wrong? What’s the worst that can happen?
We are led by idiots, the actions and words of which would make our founding fathers reach for their guns.