Putin Says. Obama Says. Who Are These Guys?
September 12, 2013

Vladimir Putin, wannabe emperor of Russia, wrote the following in an op-ed in the New York Times today:

A strike [against Syria] would increase violence and unleash a new wave of terrorism. It could undermine multilateral efforts to resolve the Iranian nuclear problem and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and further destabilize the Middle East and North Africa. It could throw the entire system of international law and order out of balance.

Barack Obama, President of The Most Powerful Nation In The History Of The Multiverse, has said a number of things, but they can be summed up as follows:

Failure to strike [against Syria] would increase violence and unleash a new wave of terrorism. It could undermine multilateral efforts to resolve the Iranian nuclear problem and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and further destabilize the Middle East and North Africa. It could throw the entire system of international law and order out of balance.

Ummm…. Vlad? Barry? Whassamatta you?! Civilization cannot afford this crap.

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Feeling Safer Now, Vladimir?
June 9, 2007

The Los Angeles Times, covering the Chief Crazy’s visit with Polish President Lech Kaczynski, noted the following regarding discussions about the U.S. placing missiles in Poland over the severe objections of Vladimir Putin, the Russian boss:

“The Russian Federation can feel totally safe,” Kaczynski said, with Bush at his side in a Gdansk airplane hangar after their conference ended.

Lech, baby, nobody can feel safe while this lying little nutball is around.

Putin has made a couple of alternative offers on placing the missiles, and further on we find this:

Gordon Johndroe, the spokesman for the National Security Council, said here that the issue was complex and “we will be discussing various aspects of it with the Russians and others over coming weeks and months and we will continue to look at all the options presented.

That’s Bushspeak for “Up your nose, Vladimir”.

Vladimir Makes Suggestion to Bush
June 7, 2007

I just caught Bush making a statement on the news about his talk today with Vladimir Putin. Vlad was standing right next to him, and Bush kept calling him Vladimir, as if he were a pet.

But Bush did say “Vladimir made some interesting suggestions” about the contentious missile-defense system.

Yeah, probably about where to put it.

We’re Not Dangerous, Bush Sniggers
June 6, 2007

I had to laugh at the Little Psychopath on the news yesterday when he proclaimed to European and Russian leaders, “The Cold War is over,” with a sniggering tone and a look on his face that said to his audience, “You people are idiots”. The man’s a champion at insulting people.

He was and is trying to convince the Russians that they have nothing to fear from the missiles LP wants to install in Poland, assuring them that they’re meant for the really evil people in Iran.

The clown doesn’t get that the Russians aren’t afraid of the missiles. They know the whole American missile defense system is a joke that can be defeated by toy balloons. No, the thing they’re really afraid of is the sick bastard in charge of the missiles.

Little Georgie went on to tell what he would say to Vladimir Putin, the boss of Russia:

My message will be Vladimir – I call him Vladimir – that you shouldn’t fear a missile-defense system. As a matter of fact why don’t you cooperate with us on a missile-defense system? Why don’t you participate with the United States.

To which good ol’ Vlad might likely reply:

Because you’re crazy as a frigging bedbug, you jerk.

Bush’s Missile Plan and the March of Democracy
June 2, 2007

The Little Psychopath is defending his plan to build a missile defense system close on to Russia, according to Jennifer Loven of the Associated Press today.

Vladimir Putin, the big boss of Russia, is not fond of the idea, and has beefed up his own missile armada with some new stuff in direct response to LP’s plan.

Little Georgie, in a bit of brilliant diplomatic repartee, told Putin to get over it. Isn’t he a bright boy?

Georgie said:

The Cold War is over. We’re now into the 21st century, where we need to deal with the true threats, which are threats of radical extremists who will kill to advance an ideology, and the threats of proliferation.

Let’s see how that parses.

Radical extremists. Oh, yeah, like the neocons who have taken over the government of the United States? Oh, of course not.

Kill to advance an ideology: Hmmm. You mean like the United States is doing in Iraq and threatening to do in Iran? Nah, he couldn’t mean that.

Threats of proliferation: Assuming he’s not talking about adults having sex when he won’t provide money to fight AIDS unless abstinence only ideology is insisted upon, and no mention of condoms or abortion or prostitution, assuming that’s the thing he’s not talking about, then he must be talking about nuclear proliferation. Gotta be. ‘Cause he hasn’t done squat about that, except cause more of it and support more of it.

So what in hell is he talking about when he’s out there insulting Putin?

Maybe this is a clue:

But he also said that he reserves the right to take Russia to task when needed and is “not afraid to do so.”

That’s it. He’s talking about preserving his macho daddy image.