American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Kissinger, Henry Alfred Born 1923. German-born American diplomat who was national security adviser (1969-1975) and U.S. secretary of state (1973-1977) under Presidents Nixon and Ford. He shared the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize for helping negotiate the Vietnam cease-fire.
- n. United States diplomat who served under President Nixon and President Ford (born in 1923)
“And Kissinger – Kissinger is a scumbag that comes along once in a generation.”
“Kissinger is the classic example of failed realpolitik.”
“Kissinger is being rewarded for sticking by Nixon while others fled, were fired, or went to jail.”
“Henry Kissinger is continually recruited as a social partner, dinner guest, and general sage.”
“I mean, Henry Kissinger is consulting on how to win in Iraq.”
“But, hey, if Henry Kissinger is a Nobel Laureate for Peace, anything is possible.”
“More recently, in "Kissinger, Metternich, and Realism" (June 1999), Atlantic correspondent Robert D. Kaplan defended Kissinger.”
“Kissinger is the person behind â€œNot in Our Nameâ€.”
“Hopefully, enough people will remember what the name Kissinger stands for to avoid voting for this jackass in 2008.”
“Henry Kissinger is alive, well, and still employed by the powerful as a professional liar.”
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