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John Kerry Just Called Yale’s Graduating Class ‘Donald Sterling’s Worst Nightmare’
by Evan McMurry | 3:58 pm, May 18th, 2014

Secretary of State John Kerry addressed Yale at Class Day (what the Ivys call their commencement or something) Sunday afternoon, and praised the graduating class by way of zinging excommunicated Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling:

Arianna Huffington        ✔ @ariannahuff
.@JohnKerry giving the commencement address right now at @Yale: "the most diverse class ever or Donald Sterling's worst nightmare."
1:32 PM - 18 May 2014

Diversity and Yale sometimes appear in the same joke, but not usually like that. Whatevs; Kerry was speaking on the 48th anniversary of a speech he gave on own Class Day, which, not coincidentally, foreshadowed his long career in U.S. foreign policy.

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Why??  Is more hashtag theater going to have any more influence on him than it has to date on Boko Haram??



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What, are they going to start dating him (even though he's married), then start dating other black guys, then secretly record the inevitable argument so they can release it to the press in an extremely convoluted and nefarious effort to pry the hottest team in the NBA from his cold, dying hands?

That's Donald Sterling's worst nightmare, and a pretty good storyline for a soap opera if you ask me.
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