John Kerry (who vacated his Senate seat to become Secretary of State) sank to a new low this week. In an effort to appease Palestinians, Kerry compared the loss of life from the terrorist attacks in Boston with Palestinian militants who lost their lives attacking the Israeli Navy.
As you may recall, Israel had previously erected a naval blockade to prevent terrorists in the Gaza strip from receiving weapons and other military supplies - which they were using to attack innocent Israeli citizens and soldiers, alike.
Supporters of Middle Eastern terrorist groups were furious with Israel and dispatched a boat with armed Palestinian activists to breach the Israeli blockade - they even beat Israeli naval personnel during the altercation. When the Israeli Navy refused to back down, Palestinian activists took to the streets in protest, burning Israeli and American flags and promising death to Israelis and Americans alike:
How dare John Kerry compare the lost lives of innocent Americans at the Boston Marathon with armed Palestinian militants attempting to break Israel's blockade against terrorism supplies reaching the Gaza Strip!There is one upside to all of this: at least we finally rid ourselves of John Kerry being in the U.S. Senate, and now we have a chance to replace John Kerry with conservative Republican, Michael Sullivan. We can replace this:
Above: "Proud Republican" Michael Sullivan served as U.S. AttorneyAbout Michael Sullivan: A self-described "proud Republican," Michael Sullivan is an American success story. Sullivan started as a stock clerk for the Gillette Corporation and after 16 years with the company he worked his way up to become Assistant to the President.
A graduate of Boston College and Suffolk University Law School, Sullivan has served as a Republican State Representative, a District Attorney and U.S. Attorney. While U.S. Attorney, Sullivan helped prosecute a number of terrorism cases including the infamous "Shoe Bomber" Richard Reid.
Above: Michael Sullivan helped bring the "Shoe Bomber" to Justice
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