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March 4th, 2014 - 4:36 pm

Here’s part of Professor Ditherton Wiggleroom’s stern warning to Moscow:

President Barack Obama said Russia’s incursion into Ukraine is not a “sign of strength,” but rather a miscalculation that risks pushing former Soviet bloc nations further from Moscow.

“I actually think that this has not been a sign of strength, but rather, is a reflection that countries near Russia have deep concerns and suspicions about this kind of meddling,” Obama said Tuesday of the Russian military’s invasion of Crimea, a section of Ukraine which borders Russia. “And if anything, it will push countries further away from Russia.”

I believe Putin will have to make do this semester with a gentleman’s C from the Professor.

Heartbreaking.

I do want to reiterate here that I’m not advocating going to war over Ukraine, or even going to New Cold War over it. But this presidential foot-stomping only makes us look even worse.

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obama made his strongest statement yet, when he banned chicken kiev from the white house menu (on fridays only) until further notice.
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The answer to "So what should O do?" He should build a time machine, go back and not be an idiot with foreign policy.

"That's not going to happen because it's impossible," you say?

The very same can be said for any intelligent option you care to choose, because they won't be happening either, so there's no point calling my time machine suggestion stupid.
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Men are driven by two principal impulses, either by love or by fear. It is much safer to be feared than loved because love is preserved by the link of obligation which, owing to the baseness of men, is broken at every opportunity for their advantage; but fear preserves you by a dread of punishment which never fails. - Niccolo Machiavelli

The rest of the world no longer loves nor fears Obama. He is sarcasm, a burlesque, nothing but a joke.
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obama made his strongest statement yet, when he banned chicken kiev from the white house menu (on fridays only) until further notice.
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Thus far, even the Ukraine seems reluctant to go to war over the Ukraine. But Russia has a bunch of countries on its periphery and they will draw closer to Russia no matter how little they like the motherland if they sense nobody out west has their backs.
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The small c communist lectures the large C Communist and gives him a gentleman's c.

Or a dictator's c.

Or a totalitarian's c.

Obama is about dorm room pontification, roll a fatty and bloviate.

Putin is about barracks bravado, roll the tanks and obliterate.

The small c/large c divide.

Obama wants large c communists to like him. Putin would just as soon crush Obama's windpipe. China and Russia and Iran giggle about Obama's marshmallow roasting, kumbaya singing, dorm room useful idiocy.

Then, they make plans to crush his windpipe.
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