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Now we can add Reid to the Obama and Kerry scolding Putin moron party. Reid said something to the effect, "Putin does not get it" and rambled on about being in the 19th century. OMG!!!!! The entire Democrat party has lost it's minds if it ever had any. Putin does not get it? No Obama, Kerry, and Reid don't get it! For thousands of years people have conquered other nations. These morons think that because they think people should not desire that kind of thing anymore, all is settled. These people are so arrogant as to think everyone thinks like they do. Un-F'g-believable.
Whether we like it or not Putin is rational. He saw Obama as a fool, a moron, and weak, and he struck for his self interest. 100 Percent rational and sadly 100 percent human.
Obama is weak and stupid. He waffles around, talks big, and then does nothing to back up the talk., Red lines here, red lines there, red lines crossed and then crossed again, and the "it is not if we attack (Syria) but a matter of when" , then he does not, then he begs congress to take the heat. On and on and on.
So Democrat hacks out there, explain to me why Putin should not have felt at ease in taking Crimea, and why China should not feel the same way abut Tiawian or Tibet?
Obama is a very very dangerous fool.
Just my 2 cents worth & if you dont see that at least a little bit ... youre lying to yourself .
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