Skip to comments.KERRY PASSES OUT IDAHO POTATOES IN PARIS (to Russian Foreign Minister)
Posted on 01/14/2014 5:24:58 PM PST by lowbridge
US Secretary of State John Kerry presented Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov with potatoes from Idaho before the beginning of talks in Paris. Kerry said that Lavrov and he had spoken to one another several weeks ago and planned to discuss Syria. Then the Secretary of State produced two potatoes from a big cardboard box and gave them to the Russian minister.
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...he probably pulled them out of his.......nevermind
What a weirdo.
Hey, those weren’t just any potatoes, they were
Idaho LENR potatoes which can be used to power
small transister radios.
The gigolo shines again. He probably swift-boated a potato farmer....
If it was a "big" box, what else was in it? More potatoes? Carrots? His LEGO set? What?
I’ve got to admire the Russians for having the self-control not to reach across the table and slap the snot out of that idiot Kerry. Myself, I don’t think I could resist the temptation.
What did it cost to fly a box of Idaho potatoes to Paris?
It really was a big box. A big dirty old box with a sheet of torn and wrinkled butcher paper wadded up on top. The lack of any class as well as the pettiness of the insult has all of the earmarks of Bathhouse Barry.
The Russian should have held the potato aloft and told Lurch, “This looks like your chin.”
Just when you think obammy Keri have embarrassed USA to the max, they outdo themselves. Wow! What amazing talent! It’s like a bottomless cesspool, er pit.
I had to see it to believe it.
WHY POTATOES? WTF is that supposed to mean? Have they all lost their minds?
“Idaho LENR potatoes which can be used to power
small transister radios.”
Too funny, but you will incur the wrath of that Kevmo or whatever E-Cat guy!!!
Maybe he was hoping the russian would use them to make vodka.
Not nearly as much as it cost to fly the potato head to paris.
Mooselle, aka half-baked, wasn’t supposed to leave Hawaii until tomorrow.
I object: what’s wrong with Maine potatoes? I’m offended and incensed....pass the butter, please.
I had a Mr. Potato Head toy when I was a child, yup, it kinda looked like him. When thinking of him... pin the tail on the donkey also comes to mind.
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