CRANKY CLINTON IS NOT A RACIST.
AND SHE'S GOT A RACIST JOKE FOR YOU IF YOU NEED HER TO PROVE IT.
"COLORED PEOPLE TIME" IS APPARENTLY WHAT SHE'LL BE USING THIS DECADE INSTEAD OF "SUPER PREDATOR" TO INSULT AFRICAN-AMERICANS.
CRANKY CLINTON IS NOT A RACIST . . .
. . . IF YOU IGNORE EVERYTHING SHE SAYS AND DOES.
Elise Labott (CNN and State Dept unpaid employee) types, "U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived for an unannounced visit to Baghdad on Friday, as the country's political crisis threatens the fight against ISIS."
Nathan King (CCTV) reports:
It was with ISIL in mind that Kerry made his unannounced stop in Baghdad. Iraqi government forces, with U.S. backing, are poised to retake Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city. Kerry had a message of encouragement.
[. . .]
Kerry’s visit comes at a time of continued division among Iraq’s politicians and ethnic groups. Sunnis are still not convinced that a Shiite dominated government in Baghdad is a better alternative than ISIL.
And Kerry does nothing to address this or to call for Haider al-Abadi to address it.
Haider is the prime minister now because Barack and the Iranian government could agree on installing him.
The Iraqi people are not the ones picking their prime minister. They have no say.
Arhsad Mohammed, Maher Chmaytelli, Stephen Kalin, Janet Lawrence and John Stonestreet (REUTERS) report:
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, visiting Baghdad on Friday, urged Iraq not to let its political crisis interfere with the fight against Islamic State and voiced unequivocal support for Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
Abadi last week unsettled Iraq's political elite with a proposed cabinet reshuffle that aims to curb corruption by replacing long-time politicians with technocrats and academics.
Haider is doing what the US government wants, not what the Iraqi people want.
The lack of support from the Iraqi people is why so many Iraqi politicians can -- and have -- speak out agains the proposals.
Kerry feels the ongoing political crisis might "interfere."
Well, why not address that crisis?
In fact, when will that crisis be addressed.
RECOMMENDED: "Iraq snapshot"