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Sunday, June 8, 2014

The Taliban Dream Team 5 Hurt US Soldiers? Baloney says Kerry

John-I-Married-for-Money-Kerry agrees the release of the Taliban Dream Team Five might result in their return to terrorism, may cut off a head or two, kill some anti-Sharia villagers and women who show an ankle or go to school, but he scoffed at the idea that Obama's unilateral freeing of these scumbags will put American troops at risk.

Kerry (aka Swifty) told CNN's "State of the Union" that to say these high profile killers and UN law-breakers could possibly be responsible for the planning or direct killing of Americans was "baloney." He believes this because he says the war is winding down and we're all going to take our bats and balls and go home. 

"Our combat role in Afghanistan is over," the four month serving Viet Nam self-proclaimed hero said. He agreed that the Dream Team Five could return to the battle, but with a big risk for deadly consequences. Of course, Kerry shares no part of that risk nor does his fearless leader and monarch.

"I just think that's a lot of baloney because, to whatever degree it may be true, they will wind up putting themselves at the mercy of those people who are very effective (at) who are there, who will deal with those guys," the Ketchup King said. It appears that Kerry thinks these Taliban guys are afraid of dying for jihad, Islam's highest honor and guarantee of getting perpetually laid in Paradise, ad infinitum. 

In defense of Kerry, we do not know his state of mind when he made those comments or if he was actually referring to himself in denying the danger of letting the terrorists "camel on off" into the sunset. 

Kerry speaking on behalf of the Taliban is as appropriate as the back-room deals he makes with the Palestinians. 

Jane Fonda was not available for comment and was last seen with the Bergdahl's speaking Pashto.