Putin Addresses The Citizens Of The US [Pic+]

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Male 907
Except for his sop to Obama about growing trust, he talks a lot of sense.
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Female 4,447
@Draculya, what`s with bringing up guns? I didn`t mention them or the second amendment, at all. In fact, if it were up to me, the entire world would be disarmed. Call me a hippy, but I honestly do think that we should all just get along. I know it will never happen; it`s just not human nature to live in peace. Someone will always have something that somebody else wants and there will always be people out there who will stop at nothing to get it.
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Male 5,920
Also I was under the impression Fascism is the right wing(conservative) wet dream.
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Male 5,920
@5cats
Conservatives DO NOT LIKE PUTIN! He`s a fascist! We intensely dislike fascists.

uhhhhh Here in America they seem to like Fascism, as that`s where the Republicans and Democrats too to some degree are siding with on almost every issue. Free-market (IE all the corporations that have control of industries and set the laws in their favor)
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Male 14,330
@Draculya

You live in a property of China while clinging to the fact you`re from the UK. YOU NEED TO STFU!


Putins no angle he`s being a wolf in sheeps clothing take a good look into him.
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Female 4,039
This whole situation is just so absolutely bizzare. I can`t even believe that this happened.
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Male 14,774
@Ani187 everybody knows that. You cling to the Second Amendment for dear life but not to protect yourself from the tyranny that it was intended to defend against, you keep your guns to shoot black people who might take life while trying to steal a fraction of your wealth. You`re not meant to refresh the tree of liberty with the blood of the poor and downtrodden!
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Male 4,893

Ani187 - I agree with what you said. Maybe our best demorcatic choice is to vote out the incumbent in every elected office until they realize that the people are in charge.

In reality, I fear that revolution is inevitable.
It will be paid for with the blood of our children, because we lack the ability to see reality. The govt. provides distractions to occupy and distract us from their corruption.

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Female 4,447
I`m going to take this post as an opportunity to express my views on American politics. Here goes. The problem with our system is this; we think of government as the boss of our country. What most of us have forgotten is that the we, the people, are the boss. Government works for us and not the other way around. At least, that`s the way it was meant to be. Since we`ve allowed the system to be in control for so long, they`ve staged mutiny against the citizens. Yes, we elected officials to be our voice, but when they start taking liberties with their position of power, we feel there is nothing we can do about it. We, as a nation, need a massive overhaul of perception. Too many of us feel powerless to change things, because we`ve forgotten that we have the power. If war with Syria is something the majority of us do not want, which seems to be the case, then we need to speak up and say no. It sounds cliche`, but we have to take back the power. The end.
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Male 768
Vlad makes more sense than the American goverment thats for sure..
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Female 1,743
tldr;

Nobody cares what you have to say, Putin.
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Male 3,364
RoboPatton: "Also @ jtrebowski-- just because Obummer got slapped down on the world stage by Putin, doesn`t mean conservatives like him!"

Really? When cons stop claiming Putin made Obama his "bitch", then I`ll believe it. Let`s suppose Israel used chemical weapons against their own citizens. No matter what Putin had to say about it, he`d be ineffective without the United States stepping in, because Israel is our ally. So, stop pretending that major super-powers don`t have influence in other countries.
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Male 2,143
Putin is a moron. He needs to be taken out. If they do not remove Syria`s weapons, we should NUKE syria and Russia. Line in the sand? No.Line in the glass.
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Male 14,774
I think it`s about time the Americans fought a war on home soil. The full works. 30% of the population as refugees in Canada and Mexico, every city building like swiss cheese, agent orange in the water and the smell of napalm in the air. That`d learn `em.
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Male 2,592
Seriously, Vlad can go eat a chode.
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Male 7,775
Gerry- Why talk to the American people?
There`s nothing we can do to stop the U.S. politiboro.
They want their war and they will have it.

Normally I would agree but I really believe it`s because of you-the people- that he has not gone in already. The tried and tested `fake attacks` or hidden WMD`s routine that has worked for decades has been outed thanks to the internet. People are not fooled by this sh*t anymore.
I say hang in there because you are having a huge effect that could literally save lives.
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Male 17,512
"This is no chess match. This is just an old-fashioned bitch-slapping, and Obama`s the bitch."

Yup, I believe Putin did put his smackdown on Obama. Not that that was hard to do mind you, a 10 year old could out play Obama in checkers (because Obama clearly doesn`t have the mental capacity for chess).
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Male 36,410
Putin`s Origional Text!!

With the "edited out" parts in italics :-)
(Note: It`s funny! But also true.)

Conservatives DO NOT LIKE PUTIN! He`s a fascist! We intensely dislike fascists. It just might be that he prevented a bloody mess, so good for him for THAT! But we`re not about to forget all the bad things he`s done... UNLIKE the MSM...
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Male 14,774
Waste of breath. They won`t listen
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Female 4,349
listening yet???
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Male 2,578
turdburglar - Whatever the cluck is going on, I can guarantee it is really devious and deceptive, because this whole situation is nothing but so freaking suspicious.

Our government is truly beginning to lose legitimacy. People are losing faith in their institutions, which is a sign of what is to come. We can`t even count on the IRS anymore, nevermind all the stuff the NSA and other alphabet agencies are doing. I`m not sure when it happened, but I suppose it`s been a gradual slide for the past few decades and really kicked into high gear after 9/11.

I`m going to get apocalyptic here; it`s going to happen suddenly. 1989 happened rather unexpectedly, as did 1917, 1848, 1787, and even 1775.
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Male 4,893

I don`t think anyone here (including myself) knows what`s truly happening behind the scenes.
The bipartisan bickering is a distraction.

Our fates are sealed. Anything short of revolution is likely to fail. I fear for my daughters future, because WE were too weak to pay the price for democracy. They will have to pay that price, plus interest.

Call me tinfoil hatted, but can you really, truly believe that what we have been told is anything but completely corrupt? Do you truly trust anything the govt. says? If not, then democracy is truly dead.
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Male 37,888

Robopatton, Putin just delayed it. Obomba has decided on war. He now just has to justify it.
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Male 2,424
About a week ago, it sounded like war was inevitable, but Putin managed to put the brakes on the escalation. Then, he out communicates the US president to the American drating people!

What strange times we live in...

Also @ jtrebowski-- just because Obummer got slapped down on the world stage by Putin, doesn`t mean conservatives like him! But luckily he spared us a war fighting for Al Quada. But of course, if the marching orders from the (D) came down the pipe, and gave you a list of bullet points for justifying war, you`d scream `MERIKA fudgeC YEAH!` and be the first to defend the hypocrisy.

You still might get the chance, this syria thing is still hot.
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Male 15,832
[quote]This has become quite the chess match.[/quote]
This is no chess match. This is just an old-fashioned bitch-slapping, and Obama`s the bitch.
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Male 4,893

Maybe if Russia weren`t so buddy-buddy with Syria, they wouldn`t veto a UN resolution for action.

I`m not saying that makes it o.k. for Obama to drag us into another war...but it would rather see U.N. action...as opposed to American action.

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Male 339
I care about what putin has to say about as much as I care about what the prime minister of Micronesia has to say.

Where`s Derek Zoolander when you need him?
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Male 883
But yeah, I agree totally that by coming to us, the common American people, he`s just preaching to the choir at this point.
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Male 883
[quote]It could undermine multilateral efforts to resolve the Iranian nuclear problem[/quote]


This is coming from the guy who has now said he will help Iran with a second nuclear reactor and is looking to revive a deal with them for missile defense systems.
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Male 2,357
This has become quite the chess match.
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Male 4,893

I agree with gerry. Our democracy is dead. We have lost control of our govt.


"What we`ve got here is failure to
communicate.
Some men you just can`t reach...
So, you get what we had here last week,
which is the way he wants it!
Well, he gets it!
N` I don`t like it any more than you men."
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Male 2,578
I see, in the sense that Putin is making Obama look bad and tea partiers love that, they do like him. But if they ever learned any of the 99% other things Putin has said or done, they would realize that the enemy of their enemy really isn`t their friend.
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Male 2,096
Putin is a calculating SOB, then again, so is Obama. That said, I do agree that removal of chem weapons is a best solution to avoid getting involved in Syria. Assad is an non-nice individual but what would any government do against an armed uprising. I`ve been tear gassed by cops and beaten on the way to jail, damn lucky I`m not a mound in the desert for being a big mouth.
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Male 3,364
@Andrew, they are claiming that Putin is solely responsible for....oh screw it. just look at Gerry`s meme.
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Male 2,578
Since when is Putin the darling of tea baggers? And why would tea baggers, transitively, like a brutal Communist dictator?

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Male 3,364
"Putin, an admirer of the 2nd most brutal murderer in history, Joseph Stalin (first is Mao), once stated that the worst catastrophe of the 20th century was the collapse of the Soviet Union."

And he is the darling of American Tea-baggers. I`m actually not surprised, either.
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Male 37,888
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Male 37,888

Why talk to the American people?
There`s nothing we can do to stop the U.S. politiboro.
They want their war and they will have it.
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Male 2,578
It`s great if you`re weak-minded and gullible and know nothing about Putin or Russia. One of my majors in undergrad was Russian, so this is scrumptious to me. Look at what Putin has said in the past about his own country.

"We will not allow someone to impose their will on us, because we have our own will! It has helped us to conquer! We are a victorious people! It is in our genes, in our genetic code!"

Putin, an admirer of the 2nd most brutal murderer in history, Joseph Stalin (first is Mao), once stated that the worst catastrophe of the 20th century was the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Everything he says is calculated, just remember that. He sounds totally reasonable here for a reason. He knows he can count on the Western media not to cover things he actually says Russian.

Rossiya ne mozhet byt` velikoi stranoi esli nechistie vlasti tak vedut sebia.
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Male 3,909
"We are all different, but when we ask for the Lord`s blessings, we must not forget that God created us equal."

Oh really, Mr Putin? Then why don`t you practice what you preach?






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Male 5,013
Wow...just wow. I must re evaluate Putin.
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Male 4,746
This is great.
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Male 4,594
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