Senator John Kerry, who has the same narcissistic belief in himself as his boss in the white House, is now claiming that he has his own secret sauce that will make a peace solution between Israel and the Palestinians palatable for everyone—but he warned that the vaunted “two-state solution” may be in danger if he can’t get people to use his recipe.
Kerry, speaking to the senators who have to confirm his nomination, said:
We need to try to find a way forward, and I happen to believe that there is a way forward. But I also believe that if we can't be successful that the door, or window, or whatever you want to call it, to the possibility of a two-state solution could shut on everybody and that would be disastrous in my judgment.
Kerry played coy about his secret sauce:
I'm not going to say anything that prejudices our getting a negotiation going in the appropriate way and the appropriate manner, and I'm not even going to say what it is. I will say this. President Obama is deeply committed to a two-state solution.
Kerry, who has reversed the Cinderella story, (wimpy guy marries the rich princess—twice!) is still living in fairy-tale land. PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, who has honored Nazi collaborator Haj Amin al Husseini, said Zionists collaborated with Nazis, created a newly-adopted logo which shows all of Israel as Palestine, condoned Hamas in their terrorist acts against Israel, insisted Israel release all of the Arab terrorists they’ve captured and retreat behind the pre-1967 lines, has never come to the negotiating table in four years.
There cannot be a “two-state” solution when one side believes in the non-existence of the other and launches decades of attacks on its citizens. Kerry may believe he has a secret sauce, but in reality all he’ll be left with is ketchup on his face.