Boortz points out a couple quotes this morning that will interest those who think Kerry’s ‘more nuanced’ approach will work to solve our issues with the islamofacists, and get more countries involved with our fight against thse seeking hte destruction of the west.

Gert Weisskirchen, foreign policy expert for Germany’s ruling party:

“I cannot imagine that there will be any change in our decision not to send troops, whoever becomes president,” — Gert Weisskirchen, foreign policy expert for Germany’s ruling party.

No troops will be sent to Iraq “either now or later”, says the French foreign minister Michel Barnier. Boortz quotes another unnamed French source as saying

“People don’t expect that much would change under a Kerry administration, even if things can only get better. We do not anticipate a sudden honeymoon in the event Kerry replaces Bush.”

So the people he’s placed as being so important to our foreign policy, don’t want to play nice with John Kerry, either.

See, here’s the problem; Kerry has yet to figure out that making nice with the terrorists isn’t going to make them hate us less… they’ll see the butt-kissing as a sign of weakness, and take advantage of it as such.

And now, we have clear indication the French and the Germans will react similarly.