Politically Wrong With Parker Wong
- Politically Wrong: Konversing With Kerry (Image: MGN)
**** THIS IS A WORK OF SATIRE: BUT ALL QUOTES ARE REAL****
John Kerry has been in the limelight of the political stage since 2004 when he ran against George W. Bush for the President of The United States while he was a U.S. Senator. He continued to hold his seat in the Senate until 2013 when he become the Secretary of State for Barack Obama.
Before I go any further I have to point out the resemblance that John has to Herman Munster.
- Politically Wrong: Konversing With Kerry (Image: MGN)
I mean, look at that. The resemblance is uncanny. Moving on to more important things.
War has always been a topic that jumps off the tongues of politicians. John Kerry is no exception. Of course, the war that is currently in circulation around the watering hole is the war on ISIS. Kerry has had some….interesting thoughts on the Islamic State.
His main ideology on the war is that we need to apologize to the Muslim community. You heard me right. We need to apologize to the Muslim community. Why? Because these attacks are giving them a bad name.
Politicians always have some of the greatest comments on the state of the nation. You can ask Joe Shmoe down the street what his views on the state of the nation are, yet they can’t compare to the hilarity that spews from the mouths of politicians.
So, we strapped his behind in a plane and flew him to interview with Parker Wong. They sat down and opened up on what he truly thinks about the war on ISIS.
WONG: Mr. Kerry, you have been quoted in wanting to apologize to the Muslim community for the attacks on America. What is your reasoning behind this mentality? It isn’t one of your most popular statements.
KERRY: “In our foreign policy, we don’t advocate on behalf of any particular set of religious beliefs or express a preference for one faith over another — or even for religious belief over non-belief.”
WONG: So you think that the religious beliefs behind the Muslim religion, the ones that say that Christians are infidels and need to be wiped out for spiritual purification, have nothing to do with that attacks on America?
KERRY: “Religion today remains deeply consequential, affecting the values, the actions, the choices, the worldview of people in every walk of life on every continent and, obviously, also here at home…It is a part of what drives some to initiate war, others to pursue peace; some to organize for change, others to cling desperately to old ways, resist modernity; some to reach eagerly across the borders of nation and creed, and others to build higher and higher walls separating one group from the next.”
WONG: I’m confused… so those beliefs are what have claimed hundreds of innocent lives?
KERRY: “It is deeply disturbing today that Christians face persecution or repression in many countries, especially in the Middle East and parts of South Asia and Africa.”
WONG: Well I must say, you certainly know how to avoid giving a straight answer to a question don’t you? What exactly is Barack Obama doing to end the war against the Islamic State?
KERRY: “Being lectured by the president on fiscal responsibility is a little bit like Tony Soprano talking to me about law and order in this country.”
WONG: I can’t argue with you there. Recently, Obama has been nothing but ridiculed about his lack of strength in the White House. Leaving for vacation after vacation and always in the most inappropriate times. What do you think America needs to conquer this war?
KERRY: “We need a new approach to national security – a bold, progressive internationalism that stands in stark contrast to the too often belligerent and myopic unilateralism of the Bush Administration.”
WONG: If I remember right, we were only attacked on American soil once while Bush was President. How many times have we been attacked while Barack has been President?
KERRY: “My judgment is that Syria will move; Syria will change as it embraces a legitimate relationship with the United States and the West and economic opportunity that comes with it and the participation that comes with it.”
WONG: Sorry to tell you Mr. Kerry, but Syria won’t change until we handle the war on ISIS. They will not stop. They will continue to kill innocent people unless we stop them. Unless we take the initiative and protect innocent people.
Kerry then threw one of his little girl tantrums and left the interview.
So, let’s recap on what we learned about John Kerry. He has delusions of grandeur about the state of the war on terrorism. No offense to you Mr. Kerry, but problems don’t just go away because we have faith in the belief of peace in other people.
I personally don’t understand the thought process of apologizing to the Muslin communities for the attacks on America. He thinks we should apologize to them because it makes them look bad? Did Martin Luther King apologize to the caucasian community for the people who were racists and started hate crimes? Did he apologize because it made the white community look bad? No. He didn’t. It did make the white community look bad because it was bad. It’s a terrible way to look at another ethnicity isn’t it?
Ironically isn’t that what people, not all, of the Muslim religion are doing to Christians? Killing them because of a different belief or ethnicity? It’s exactly the same thing.
War is never the time to be politically correct.
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Parker Wong (born October 28th, 1983) is an American conservative political commentator. Has been and continues to be a part of many political organizations such as ACLU, Lions Club International, NRA, CSAmerica, as well as many others. Has been known to rally and advocate for and against LLCR, PRA, Grassroots Leadership, as well as many others. His brash tactics and straightforward temperament makes him well known in the political field. He now has turned to the internet to spread his views on politics and the way that America used to be, and should be.