Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#663 Sep 14, 2013
President Vladimir Putin loves to set traps for U.S. President Barack Obama. The only thing Putin loves even more is when Obama falls smack into one.

Trap No. 1. Putin set his latest trap Monday with a seemingly attractive proposal to have international monitors identify and destroy Syrian President Bashar Assad's vast stockpile of chemical weapons.

If Obama falls for this one, he and international monitors will be jumping through hoops for years — first, trying to agree on acceptable language for the United Nations Security Council resolution, and then trying to find the dozens of suspected chemical weapons sites that Assad is hiding or constantly moving around the country. What's more, amid Syria's fierce civil war, inspectors will be constantly dodging bullets as they search for Assad's sites.

Without a foreign military intervention, Assad will never fully give up his chemical weapons. After all, they are his main trump card against the rebels and nuclear-armed Israel.

By obstructing the U.S. in the Security Council, Putin makes two huge propaganda scores for domestic audiences. He automatically makes any U.S. military operation in Syria "illegal" and once again turns the U.S. into an "aggressor." Apparently, these ­objectives are more important to Putin than stopping civil war crimes. But then again, turning the U.S. into a bogeyman for political gain has always been a priority for Putin since he came to power 13 years ago.

Read more: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/opinion/article...
The Moscow Times

How many times do I have to school you idiots?
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#664 Sep 14, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>You're right...the Russians got results:
The Russians had made clear in talks here between Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Kerry that the negotiations could not proceed under the threat of a U.N. resolution authorizing a military strike. Russia also wanted assurances that a resolution would not refer Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to the International Criminal Court for possible war-crimes prosecution.
The draft, negotiated with the United States and Britain, was met with public statements from Lavrov and Russian President Vladi­mir Putin that they would not negotiate under threat.
Washington and London have now backed off the use-of-force provision, and a revised French draft being circulated at the U.N. Security Council has weakened it. Instead, the draft calls for continuous review of “Syria’s compliance .&#8201;.&#8201;. and, if Syria does not comply fully, to impose further measures” that are unspecified.
One possible course of action, they said, is the internationally verified transfer of Syria’s chemical stockpiles to Russia, where they eventually would be destroyed.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/officials...
Kerry got OWNED.
Uhhh, we got the results we were after too, 3.1, without having to fire any missiles. You would be against Obama if he found the cure for cancer.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#665 Sep 14, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
President Vladimir Putin loves to set traps for U.S. President Barack Obama. The only thing Putin loves even more is when Obama falls smack into one.
Trap No. 1. Putin set his latest trap Monday with a seemingly attractive proposal to have international monitors identify and destroy Syrian President Bashar Assad's vast stockpile of chemical weapons.
If Obama falls for this one, he and international monitors will be jumping through hoops for years — first, trying to agree on acceptable language for the United Nations Security Council resolution, and then trying to find the dozens of suspected chemical weapons sites that Assad is hiding or constantly moving around the country. What's more, amid Syria's fierce civil war, inspectors will be constantly dodging bullets as they search for Assad's sites.
Without a foreign military intervention, Assad will never fully give up his chemical weapons. After all, they are his main trump card against the rebels and nuclear-armed Israel.
By obstructing the U.S. in the Security Council, Putin makes two huge propaganda scores for domestic audiences. He automatically makes any U.S. military operation in Syria "illegal" and once again turns the U.S. into an "aggressor." Apparently, these ­objectives are more important to Putin than stopping civil war crimes. But then again, turning the U.S. into a bogeyman for political gain has always been a priority for Putin since he came to power 13 years ago.
Read more: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/opinion/article...
The Moscow Times
How many times do I have to school you idiots?
The Moscow Times. This just keeps getting better and better.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#666 Sep 14, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Really? You actually believe the Russians didn't play this situation? You really are a sheep.
Here's a guy who thought just like thought just like you:
http://cla.calpoly.edu/~lcall/chamberlain2.jp...
So now you are a proponent for military action in Syria? You make Sarah Palin look like Henry Kissinger.

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#667 Sep 14, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
The Moscow Times. This just keeps getting better and better.
You're making a fool of yourself, little girl:

The newspaper, as well as its sister publication, The St. Petersburg Times, are owned by the Finland-based Sanoma Corporation.
Sanoma Oyj (formerly SanomaWSOY) is a leading media group in the Nordic countries with operations in over 10 European countries, based in Helsinki. The group is also among the top five European magazine publishers and has a strong position, in addition to its native Finland, in Belgium, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and Ukraine.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanoma

In 2006, the paper began its alliance with the International Herald Tribune.
The International Herald Tribune is an English language international newspaper. It combines the resources of its own correspondents with those of The New York Times and is printed at 38 sites throughout the world, for sale in more than 160 countries and territories. Based in Paris since 1887,[1] the IHT is now part of The New York Times Company, and will be renamed the International New York Times in the fall of 2013.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Ne...

Stick to being a legal secretary, Che.

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#668 Sep 14, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
So now you are a proponent for military action in Syria? You make Sarah Palin look like Henry Kissinger.
I'm a proponent of letting Assad fight it out with the rebels and the United States having NOTHING to do with the situation.
You're so stupid you're twisting yourself in knots.

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#669 Sep 14, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
Uhhh, we got the results we were after too, 3.1, without having to fire any missiles. You would be against Obama if he found the cure for cancer.
Really? These are the results we were after?

If Obama falls for this one, he and international monitors will be jumping through hoops for years — first, trying to agree on acceptable language for the United Nations Security Council resolution, and then trying to find the dozens of suspected chemical weapons sites that Assad is hiding or constantly moving around the country. What's more, amid Syria's fierce civil war, inspectors will be constantly dodging bullets as they search for Assad's sites.
Without a foreign military intervention, Assad will never fully give up his chemical weapons. After all, they are his main trump card against the rebels and nuclear-armed Israel.
By obstructing the U.S. in the Security Council, Putin makes two huge propaganda scores for domestic audiences. He automatically makes any U.S. military operation in Syria "illegal" and once again turns the U.S. into an "aggressor."
(The Moscow Times)

No way you're a lawyer, Che.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#670 Sep 14, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Really? These are the results we were after?
If Obama falls for this one, he and international monitors will be jumping through hoops for years — first, trying to agree on acceptable language for the United Nations Security Council resolution, and then trying to find the dozens of suspected chemical weapons sites that Assad is hiding or constantly moving around the country. What's more, amid Syria's fierce civil war, inspectors will be constantly dodging bullets as they search for Assad's sites.
Without a foreign military intervention, Assad will never fully give up his chemical weapons. After all, they are his main trump card against the rebels and nuclear-armed Israel.
By obstructing the U.S. in the Security Council, Putin makes two huge propaganda scores for domestic audiences. He automatically makes any U.S. military operation in Syria "illegal" and once again turns the U.S. into an "aggressor."
(The Moscow Times)
No way you're a lawyer, Che.
Hey traitor, why don't you just send Putin flowers and a love letter.
Clancy

Lancaster, OH

#671 Sep 14, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey traitor, why don't you just send Putin flowers and a love letter.
God told me you're an idiot.

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#672 Sep 14, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey traitor, why don't you just send Putin flowers and a love letter.
Russia is our enemy? Well then why aren't we seeing a cage match 250 miles over our heads, wee man?

http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/753455main...

Obama wants to fund and fight for the rebels. The rebels include al-Qaeda. So, you want to back al-Quaeda, Johnson?
Why do you spit on the victims and families of 9/11?

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#673 Sep 14, 2013
I'm curious, Nate. Did you do a semester of foreign study, and if so, where?

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#674 Sep 14, 2013
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
I'm curious, Nate. Did you do a semester of foreign study, and if so, where?
University of Calgary, in the second semester of my junior year.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#675 Sep 14, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>You're making a fool of yourself, little girl:
The newspaper, as well as its sister publication, The St. Petersburg Times, are owned by the Finland-based Sanoma Corporation.
Sanoma Oyj (formerly SanomaWSOY) is a leading media group in the Nordic countries with operations in over 10 European countries, based in Helsinki. The group is also among the top five European magazine publishers and has a strong position, in addition to its native Finland, in Belgium, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and Ukraine.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanoma
In 2006, the paper began its alliance with the International Herald Tribune.
The International Herald Tribune is an English language international newspaper. It combines the resources of its own correspondents with those of The New York Times and is printed at 38 sites throughout the world, for sale in more than 160 countries and territories. Based in Paris since 1887,[1] the IHT is now part of The New York Times Company, and will be renamed the International New York Times in the fall of 2013.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Ne...
Stick to being a legal secretary, Che.
Next you will be cutting and pasting Tokyo Rose.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#676 Sep 14, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>I'm a proponent of letting Assad fight it out with the rebels and the United States having NOTHING to do with the situation.
You're so stupid you're twisting yourself in knots.
But that's not what you are crying about, 3.1. You are crying because President Obama is in the process of convincing Syria to voluntarily compromise their chemical weapons program. A mere 12 years ago you wanted to invade a country who you thought had chemical weapons. You are the one twisting yourself in knots, Nate, all because you don't like the president's middle name.

“Cats rule.”

Since: Dec 09

Chardon Ohio.

#677 Sep 14, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
Next you will be cutting and pasting Tokyo Rose.
You have to admit though,his posts are informational.C'mon, be nice.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#678 Sep 14, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Really? These are the results we were after?
If Obama falls for this one, he and international monitors will be jumping through hoops for years — first, trying to agree on acceptable language for the United Nations Security Council resolution, and then trying to find the dozens of suspected chemical weapons sites that Assad is hiding or constantly moving around the country. What's more, amid Syria's fierce civil war, inspectors will be constantly dodging bullets as they search for Assad's sites.
Without a foreign military intervention, Assad will never fully give up his chemical weapons. After all, they are his main trump card against the rebels and nuclear-armed Israel.
By obstructing the U.S. in the Security Council, Putin makes two huge propaganda scores for domestic audiences. He automatically makes any U.S. military operation in Syria "illegal" and once again turns the U.S. into an "aggressor."
(The Moscow Times)
No way you're a lawyer, Che.
There was no UN approval of a missile strike and we would have been considered an aggressor before the deal. We have lost absolutely nothing and gained an opportunity to remove some chemical weapons from the world. Only a wingnut could find that to be a bad thing.
No way you are an international relations 3.1, Nate.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#679 Sep 14, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>University of Calgary, in the second semester of my junior year.
Really expanded your horizons, didn't you 3.1?
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#680 Sep 14, 2013
Catman Dave wrote:
<quoted text>You have to admit though,his posts are informational.C'mon, be nice.
They are? Really? Watch, I can do it too.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/

I'm a GENIUS.

“Cats rule.”

Since: Dec 09

Chardon Ohio.

#681 Sep 14, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
But that's not what you are crying about, 3.1. You are crying because President Obama is in the process of convincing Syria to voluntarily compromise their chemical weapons program. A mere 12 years ago you wanted to invade a country who you thought had chemical weapons. You are the one twisting yourself in knots, Nate, all because you don't like the president's middle name.
Are you "really" on O'idiots side?Be serious.

“Cats rule.”

Since: Dec 09

Chardon Ohio.

#682 Sep 14, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
They are? Really? Watch, I can do it too.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/
I'm a GENIUS.
I don't even have to click on your link.George is keeping all of us up to date on current events.Why do you have such a problem with that?

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