Kerry: ‘I Don’t Care’ if We Fail
The state secretary admits the obvious.
State Secretary John Kerry defended his tactics in the Middle East Tuesday, specifically concerning the issues in Syria, Iran and peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. After telling Kerry, “I think you’re about to hit the trifecta,” John McCain took a scolding for his “premature judgment about the failure of everything,” though Kerry continued by making no qualms about the unequivocal end result of the administration’s efforts. “Sure, we may fail,” he continued. “I may fail. I don’t care. It’s worth doing. It’s worth the effort.” For one, those efforts are already failing, which leaves Kerry sugar coating reality as a “premature judgment.” And make no mistake: The secretary’s admission – “I don’t care” – depicts all you need to know about this administration’s agenda-driven policies.
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