Putin Playing Marbles With Obama

First, Russian troops enter the Crimean peninsula of Ukraine. Then they take the ports, airports, and Ukrainian military bases. While President Obama watches from behind, critics are characterizing the two by saying Putin is playing chess and Obama is playing marbles. On Putin’s taking of Crimea, President Obama says that’s not what is done in …

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The Budapest Memorandum, circa 1994, Ukraine Edition

The Budapest Memorandum was a security agreement signed Dec. 5, 1994 by US President Bill Clinton, UK Prime Minister John Major, Russia’s Boris Yeltsin and Leonid Kuchma for Ukraine. Not having a meaningful military of its own, but did have nuclear weapons, the Budapest Memorandum was Ukraine’s agreement to dismantle their nuclear capability in exchange for …

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Obama Warns Russia Against Intervention

Psst. Hey media! They’ve already intervened. Russia has taken over Ukraine airports and seaports. Putin has done this before, in Georgia. ‘Leading from behind’ is so predictable. Nothing different here than how President Obama reacted to Egypt, Lybia, Syria, or how candidate Obama reacted to Georgia. So predictable in fact, that Sarah Palin called it six …

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Putin Drills Russian Troops At Ukraine’s Doorstep

Another U.S. foreign policy failure in the making. History tells us what to expect. President Obama says a lot of words. Putin ignores him, says that the conflict was started by the United States, and takes troops into a sovereign state. Just like what happened in the former Soviet state of Georgia in 2008. And our …

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Vladimir Putin, Dog Killer

Notice in this article, as in any other article that passes the KGB, er, I mean censors, there is no curiosity or explanation as to WHERE THE DOGS CAME FROM? No, instead, the compliant media is calling them “street animals.” Putin spokesman, Dmitri S. Peskov, acknowledged in an interview with Kommersant FM radio Wednesday that …

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Ukraines Look West, Their President Looks East

Ukraine’s president Viktor Yanukovich’s decision to withdraw from a free-trade deal with the EU last month has sparked huge street rallies by the people of the former Soviet satellite country. While Yanukovich is leaning back to Mother Russia, the people want full autonomy and solidarity with the West and the European Union. In response, the Ukraine government sends in …

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Eleven Months Ago, Romney-Obama Third Debate

Not that it will change a thing, but here’s a little mental exercise to see if you can tell who the adult in the room is. Of course, many people knew who the adult was. He just didn’t win. On Russia: OBAMA: Governor Romney, I’m glad that you recognize that Al Qaida is a threat, …

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McCain To Do Obama’s Job? Now It’s Our Job

U.S. Senator John McCain will submit an opinion piece to the Russian newspaper Pravda in response to an op-ed on Syria in The New York Times by Russian President Vladimir Putin that infuriated many members of Congress. Or really? Many members of Congress? How many Americans did it infuriate? For McCain to respond in kind? …

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Calling General Colin Powell

Anxious to see General Powell present our President’s case for attacking Syria to the United Nations. I’ll even settle for his opinion on a friendly network, like CBS, NBC-BS, ABC-BS, CNN-BS, and MSNBC-BS. Let him make the case for the President helping alQaeda take over Syria. You know, like he did in Lybia and the …

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