Romney was right on Russia

Recorded March 26, 2012

Posted: March 3rd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Barack Obama, Mitt Romney | Tags: , , , , , | 7 Comments »

7 Comments on “Romney was right on Russia”

  1. Jim Granelli said said at 4:31 pm on March 3rd, 2014:

    Not that I would have voted for Clinton & Biden, but they were right too;

    “Who do you want in the White House when the phone rings at 3 am” Hillary Clinton


    “It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy. The world is looking. We’re about to elect a brilliant 47-year-old senator president of the United States of America. Remember I said it standing here if you don’t remember anything else I said. Watch, we’re gonna have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy.” Joe Biden


    But worse, Obama who has already has failed as Commander in Chief, is in the process of gutting our military.

    And, oh yeah…

    Sarah Palin, she was right too:


    You see, liberalism is the Big Con, A Big Lie and sooner or later things happen that expose it. It was bound to happen because all that liberalism is based on has no basis in facts and reality.

  2. Bob English said at 5:04 pm on March 3rd, 2014:

    I will pose the question of what anyone would have done differently during the past two weeks and the past five years in regards to US/Soviet policy (keeping in mind that there are several key areas where it is in the US interest to work with them.)

    I would also point out that when Russian troops invaded Georgia in the Summer of 2008, Democrats did not act like a bunch of horses asses on Sunday morning talk shows blaming President Bush for the actions of Putin/Russia.

  3. BUT MR. ENGLISH said at 5:56 pm on March 3rd, 2014:

    How silly willy it would be to think that Democrats would cry over Russian troops invading Georgia.

    omg, I am roflmao over such a silly wittle thought.

    IDK, do those wascally Democwats want a weaker United States. I always thought for those wussy lefties, it’s all about poor Mother Russia prevailing and certainly not about about our misguided country projecting a strong image abroad and we are becoming weaker and weaker on the world stage to the point of people laughing at our country.

    Here you go you silly poster, something more for you to ridicule while existing in your bubbly world of naivete.



    “из России с любовью” (>^.^)> <3

    Silence Dogood Джона Болтона,

  4. Bob English said at 9:34 pm on March 3rd, 2014:

    @But (aka Silence)…the point is that it is hypocritical for the nuts to blame Obama for the Russians crossing the boarder of another country now when the same people did not blame Bush in 2008 when the Russians did the same thing. In reality, people would have to be totally naïve and uninformed in either case to blame either President of the United States.

  5. Art Gallagher said at 9:43 pm on March 3rd, 2014:

    Bob, Do you mean those hypocritical nuts at The Washington Post?


  6. @ Mr. English said at 10:35 pm on March 3rd, 2014:

    Oh you cunning little devil.

    Yes, by all means Mr. English, let’s blame Bushy, or use the ole “two wrongs make a right” argument.

    But, what you so seem to forget that Mr. Obama’s foreign policy is indeed a travesty of shambles and red lines that have been crossed, such as

    a) giving the farm away to the Iranians with a deal that has basically kept them reinforcing uranium and laughing at us all the way to an atom bomb

    b) the Syrians still killing their own people

    c) spying on our own allies, “My Lordy.”

    d) The Ukraine disaster

    e) a plan that seriously weakens our military

    From day one, like your naivete, Mr. Obama’s foriegn policy has been based on that same kind of silly thinking that “if we could talk to the terrorists, walk with the terrorists” we could all get along.

    My Gawd Mr. English, Mr. Obama’s foreign policy has been a cluster frack, I do believe:


    From Mr. Obama himself:

    “In a major foreign policy speech, while running for president in July 2008, candidate Obama outlined his goals:

    “Instead of alienating ourselves from the world, I want America — once again — to lead.”

    Oh Mr. English, I can’t not see where Mr. Obama has lead, for you lead from a position on power and strength rather than a so seriously flawed position of equalizing America on the worlds stage. AKA; our own President doing what ever possible to knock America down a few pegs because our dear Mr. Obama does not believe in American Exceptionalism.

    And so, oh yes indeedy. I do so much second Mr. Gallagher’s comments above.

    Я по-прежнему против вашего глупость убеждений,

    Но “Из России с любовью” (>^.^)

    Silence Dogood Джона Болтона,

  7. Two Rights said at 12:23 am on March 7th, 2014:

    Time has proven he was also right to reject Christie as his running mate.