1) n. Former Secretary of State and National Security Advisor to Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
2) n. The politician who, combined with german rocket scientist Verner von Braun, was the inspiration for the character 'Dr. Strangelove,' featured in the Stanley Kubric movie of the same name. (ie-to economize on stereotypical german movie characters by combining them together, and hoping people will recognize at least one of them.)
3) p. A skillful and adroit diplomat with a contrived accent.
4) n. The first diplomat to demonstrate that the secret to successful diplomacy is to mumble and speak softly to the extent that nobody can really understand what you are saying. Hence, lending whatever you say to multiple interpretations, some of which are positive.
5) sp. The Nixon cabinet executive who initially suggested that a Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy recruit a bunch of imbeciles to break into Daniel Elsberg's Psychiatrists office, causing the watergate scandal, and ultimately ending Nixon's term as president.
6) The first Secretary of State to wear clip-on suspenders.
7) p. Any paunchy, middle aged man who is able to have sex with attractive female celebrities based on his status with the liberal media establishment.
I'm not exactly sure what Dr. Kissinger said, but it sounded really clever and deep. Did anybody write it down?
I'm pretty sure Henry Kissinger speaks several languages, including greek. At least that's what it sounds like to me.
Is Dr. Kissinger speaking, or are we having trouble with the water pipes again?
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