Something doesn’t smell right about this. Iran and Kerry certainly seem to be on good terms. I guess when you give them nuclear weapons and billions of dollars your attitude changes a bit.

Check it out:

John F. Kerry (who served in Vietnam, by the way) has thanked the Iranians for taking our sailors hostage and humiliating them.  The audio sound bite will be coming up in due course. 

I’m not kidding on this, either.  John Kerry thanked Iran for humiliating our sailors, one of whom was a woman, by the way. He thanked ’em for rescuing ’em, thanked ’em for humiliating them. Well, that’s what he thanked ’em for.  He thanked the Iranians for capturing Americans engaged in harmless activity on a boat. 

Here, you gotta hear this. This is John Kerry.  I mentioned earlier that he thanked the Iranians for taking our sailors hostage and humiliating them, and that’s not far off the truth.  Here is his sound bite from the State Department this morning.KERRY:  “I also want to thank the Iranian authorities for their cooperation and quick response.  These are always situations which, as everybody here knows, have an ability, if not properly guided, to get out of control, and I’m appreciative for the quick and appropriate response of the Iranian authorities.”Yeah, all it takes is $150 billion in cash and a promise they can nuke up and they’ll give us back some soldiers they took hostage.  What the hell is this?  They take some hostages, they capture a couple little dinky boats we got running around over there, and they take the people on board hostage, and they release ’em, and we thank them.  “I want to thank the Iranian authorities for their cooperation, quick response.  These are always situations which, as everybody here knows, have the ability, if not properly guided, to get out of control.”

He really wanted to thank the Iranians for taking our guys hostage and not doing anything worse, and we want to thank the Iranians: after taking our guys hostage, they gave ’em back.  We really appreciate that.  We’re sorry.  That’s what he’s essentially apologizing for what we did.  But, as I was saying, folks, give somebody $150 billion and a green light to do a nuclear weapon? I mean, you’re buying a lot of friendship there.