Kerry Raises Questions Where Once Were None
So in the debate just now, Senator Kerry talks about being one of the first Senators in Russia after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. He then spoke of going to the KGB offices and seeing the halls filled with files.
The questions he raises are: Why was it important to him to be the first into the KGB file room? What was important to him in there?
Do I think that Senator Kerry was a Soviet operative during the Cold War? Hell no…well, probably not… Actually, now I have a lot more questions about his involvement in various anti-war groups than I did before he opened his yap about going to the secure files rooms of the KGB. That was a deeply stupid thing to say regardless of his involvement with the KGB.