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reply to post by ThaLoccster
It seems photoshopped to me and only because the circle is so exactly 'round' on a flag that's obviously curvy.
One of the founders of the Russian political party "candidates are doing." The owner of the plant "Rostselmash".
Who does not know the other leaders of the "Party of affairs":
Babkin Konstantin A.
Michael G. Delyagin
Onkar Vladimir Sergeyevich
The deeply religious streak in the conservative readership is evident in the handful of proposals for the tolling of church bells to be heard wherever Khrushchev traveled.
One particularly self-flagellating reader suggested a nation-wide act of contrition on behalf of all Americans: “May each citizen pray for forgiveness for whatever share of blame may be his for the fact that our leadership in the past has all too often encouraged rather than opposed the growth of the power and influence of the Soviet regime.”
The notion that America’s leaders had historically “encouraged” Soviet strength is resoundingly in league with what Robert Welch, founder of the John Birch Society, and his fellow Birchers felt was a communist conspiracy of incredible reach in the United States.
In fact, in the summer of 1961 Welch went so far as to identify Dwight Eisenhower as a “dedicated, conscious agent of the Communist conspiracy” that controlled “50-70 percent” of the United States government.
"Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will dig you in."
reply to post by iRoyalty
in light of intrptr's post, we should probably keep in mind Obama's communitrian roots