Of course this all would not have happened without pressure from the US. Why would there be any reason to agree to such a thing as handing over chemical weapons if nobody was going to do anything to try and stop it? I say again, I should've have had more faith in Obama's approach, and more faith in Putin and Russia now that I think of it.
Thank you... my sentiments too. All the GOP Obama haters will make of it what they will... there is no way to prove or disprove that this was Obamas intent from the start. If he had merely asked like Putin did... it would have been a no go. If Putin had asked w/o prior USA threats .. no go. USA makes threat... and Syria buckles and says it because Putin asked so nicely with a cherry on top. My ass. So, I will give him the benefit of the doubt. More than I can say for other narrow-minded peeps....
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
I think Putin is right about American exceptionalism.
I'm now ducking down the alleyway as y'all throw stuff at me.
I'm with you, kinda. I don't use or agree with the GOP catch phrase as a gauge of patriotism. But the President's actions to get Russia and Syria and the US to talk diplomacy, the rightwing has embraced Putin, disparaged and insulted the military, and now pissed on their holy Reagan slogan. I thought trashing the global economy would be their limit to show their Obama hatred, but I was wrong.
Will the UK give a refund ? I mean of course minus the usual 10% restocking fee !
Not really, we're a bit hard at the moment... so we might want more than 10 per cent. How'd it happen? Well, our excuse is that certain people making the decisions were mentally ill at the time although it was only proven against one of 'em... you and I have discussed that one before of course... km
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