John Kerry rated worst secretary of state in 50 years
Entirely plausible (although I do remember the "This wouldn't be happening if Warren Christopher were still alive" jokes from the early 90's), but...
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — A new survey of scholars ranks Secretary of State John Kerry dead last in terms of effectiveness in that job over the past 50 years.
Henry Kissinger was ranked the most effective secretary of state with 32.2% of the vote. He was followed by James Baker, Madeleine Albright, and Hillary Clinton, as judged by a survey of 1,615 international relations scholars.
Hillary? Based on what? And if she was so effective, how did it all go to hell so quickly under her successor?
Or, why ask why?
THEN AGAIN: Could they have meant that one day Hillary might be regarded as the fourth most effective female Secretary of State? Hey, right now she has third place nailed down!