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originally posted by: theantediluvian
Folks you're are not going to believe this. I heard that people on Twitter are unfollowing Trump BIGLY. This is tremendous news if true. Tremendous. Everyone is saying it. It's the biggest unfollowing in the history of the whole world folks, believe me. Nobody wants to follow Dirty Donald. Dirty Donald Loves Putin. Putin hates you. Here's a video from YouTube. I know all the best videos. The best folks. Tremendous videos. Videos don't lie. Watch this video and you'll be so happy! Very happy.
originally posted by: LSU0408
originally posted by: carewemust
The United States Needs to be friends with a few countries. RUSSIA is one of them.
This is absolutely correct... I don't think anyone had a problem with Russia until Putin scoffed at Hillary
originally posted by: Hr2burn
I think we need a president that can get along with Putin, and to clarify, Putin is good with the American people, just not with the government. Hillary would almost guarantee a war with Russia as the both hate each other. I think Putin is a far better leader than Obama, Hillary I won't even comment on.
I side with Putin, any of the "evil" that is said he is/has been doing, comes from our government controlled media. You need to hear the real story from a true Russians living in Russia, not the stories our country are feeding the masses.
originally posted by: introvert
originally posted by: UnBreakable
originally posted by: buster2010
originally posted by: UnBreakable
originally posted by: IridiumFlareMadness
Liberal heads explodin'.
Wait till Trump wins next Tuesday. There aren't enough bridges to accomadate the liberal rats jumping ship next week.
And if Trump loses will the fascist pigs be jumping the bridges instead?
Nice second grade comeback. Trump won't lose. 100% guaranteed win. Book it.
The bookies would love that bet.
The news cycle has been awash in stories about Boris Nemtsov, a liberal Russian scientist and politician, who was killed on the street last week in Russia. Last February, Nemtsov sat down for a meal with culinary explorer/Parts Unknown host Anthony Bourdain. The two talked extensively about politics and life in Russia.
In the interview, Nemtsov was outspoken in his criticism of Russian President Vladimir Putin. He tells Bourdain, "[If] you have a good relationship with the government, you have a chance to raise money, to buy house in the South of France, to open accounts in Swiss banks, et cetera, but if something happens between you and Putin... you will be in jail...
originally posted by: angeldoll
a reply to: criticalhit
Yeah, they are a lot better.
I remember this episode of Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain. He had dinner with this guy in a Moscow restaurant where he openly criticized Putin. A couple of weeks later he was murdered in the street.
originally posted by: VerveStentor
a reply to: theantediluvian
What I find so incredible sitting over here in the former 51st State known as the UK is that there is an utter reliance of the US media and politicians to basically ignore every other candidate and every other party except the Reps and Dems? The American people I'm sure are aware that there are other choices on the ballot and you don't HAVE to vote for just who puts the most money into this whole mudslinging charade of an election?
Look at the (perenially flawed) UK elections of recent years... it was always the Conservatives and Labour up at the top, then the Liberal Democrats made a breakthrough and formed a coalition, then there's the rise of UKIP which, at one point, threatened to become the main opposition party. Yet in the US, it appears to come down to a toss of coin between just the two candidates who spend the most money spreading their BS. Am I wrong? We never get to hear about Jill Stein, Gary Johnson or any of the other lesser known runners outside of the US.
As for Putin, I admire his stance in as much as he hasn't taken the bait that Obama and NATO consistently dangle in front of him. He has prevented World War 3 on numerous occasions and basically kept the world in uneasy harmony, if you can't see that then you're still living in a 1960s propaganda machine. How much damage has Russia done to the CIA pet project ISIS over in Syria in comparison to the so-called NATO Allies? There are only two nations that want to start a war with Russia, one is the US, the other rhymes with Shmisrael.