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John Kerry starts first day at US state department

John Kerry has begun his first day Jan.4th, 2013 as US secretary of state, pledging that the security of staff was his priority. The former Massachusetts senator and 2004 Democratic presidential candidate was greeted with applause from foreign service workers. Recalling four Americans killed in an attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya on 11 September, Mr Kerry said he understood "how critical it is that you have somebody there advocating for you. The dangers could not be more clear".

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What happens if you ask John Kerry, the new Rothschild Zionist US Secretary of State, about his membership of the super-secret and sinister Skull and Bones Society – Boy George Bush his ‘opponent’ in the 2004 presidential election is also a member » David Icke

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"Jeff Davis Show" Hillary & Trump bloodlines Many Royalty families are attached by blood lines.... 2004 - George W Bush & John Kerry - Distant cousins and "Skull & Bones" Barack Obama & Dick Cheney - Distant cousins Trump & Hillary - Distant cousins "The World population is confused and Manipulated" -- Jeff Davis

"[W]hatever is going to happen is really here now — if only one could see it.” — H.G. Wells, 1916Americans are living through the dangerous effort to normalize the abnormal candidate who won the presidency with a record popular vote deficit of nearly 3 million ballots. Donald Trump has about the same popular support as losing candidates Michael Dukakis (1988) and John Kerry (2004). But that won’t slow him down.

Silvertone John Kerry 2004 Election Cufflinks (Blue), Men's, White

Silvertone John Kerry 2004 Election Cufflinks

Fasen-nating! Campaign buttons stick through generations of politics from Abraham Lincoln to Mitt Romney

Fight: Supporter of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry wears buttons at a rally in West Palm Beach, Florida, October 29, 2004

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Mr 47 percent! Mitt Romney's vote count set to hit the magic number that helped him lose the election

#Mandate Obama now has higher popular vote that W. Bush on his 2004 re-election. Bush defeated Senator John Kerry by just over three million votes while Obama currently leads Romney by over four million.

Photos show politicians visiting the Iowa State Fair over the years

Talking shop? John Kerry, the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, is seen in 2003 at the fair. Kerry lost in 2004 to the incumbent, Republican Pres. George W. Bush

2004:George W Bush has won a second term as president of the United States, beating his Democratic rival, John Kerry. Bush's second term in office were marked by several high-profile resignations. Among them Secretary of State, Colin Powell, His successor was the Condoleezza Rice - the first black woman to serve in the office. Overshadowed by the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina,his administration failed, leaving tens of thousands of mainly poor Americans living in appalling…

US presidential candidates 2004 including David Cobb, Walt Brown, Ralph Nader, Michael Badnarik, John Kerry, George W. Bush, Michael Peroutka