Skip to comments.Politicus: European honeymoon won't happen for Kerry (Schroder Laughs at Kerry Plans)
Posted on 10/15/2004 12:55:53 PM PDT by mojito
A participant on the sidelines of talks in Berlin between Chancellor Gerhard Schröder and Richard Holbrooke, a would-be secretary of state in a John Kerry presidency, told a story about the meeting and the theme of how a Kerry-friendly Europe would leap to America's aid in bringing stability to Iraq. (Or maybe hide under the bed.)
"Schröder," the American said, "asked Holbrooke what Kerry would do if he were elected. Holbrooke replied one of the first things would be to get on the phone and invite him and President Jacques Chirac to the White House. The chancellor laughed out loud. Then he said, 'That's what I was afraid of.'"
The participant recalled the moment as very jolly. Everybody in the chancellor's office, including Holbrooke, a former ambassador to Germany, joined in the chuckles.
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The whole world is laughing at John Kerry.
Doesn't sound like sKerry has backing anywhere in the world. Oh wait, the North Koreans like him.
The Europeans are superior to us in creating new forms of government, ie; Monarchy, Theocracy, Communism, Fascism---very prolific. Maybe their greatest contribution was the Dadaism they live in everyday.
Obviously he would prefer we were drowned in French propaganda.
You know, I'm wondering if Old Europe prefers Kerry because he is obviously a weaker leader than Bush. This would allow them to more easily manipulate a Kerry administration. Forgive me if I'm stating the obvious here....
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