Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston



Friday, March 7, 2014

Conservative Pundits, Pols, and Bloggers...

say "Who, MOI?" when they're accused of supporting the ex-Soviet KGB strongman, Vladimir Putin, over their American President Obama.  

"Who has said anything like THAT?" They protest.  "I don't know ANY conservative who's praised and admired Putin!" They lie.

So, for those feckless, refusing-to-see-what's-in-front-of-their-noses conservative pundits, pols, and bloggers, HERE YA GO:

Who, MOI? 

 Oui, VOUS! 

The Tee-Gee-Oh-Pee-ers are a damaged brand, and their schizoid relationship with our American president is a large part of why they are so disliked by many rational people.

The GOP hates President Obama more than they love their country, and their current love affair with a REAL dictator shows how far down the road to Crazytown that hatred has taken them.


Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
From a TGOPer:

".I don't see them now, but a lib or two were here in comments (Where'd they do?) telling us that Conservatives love Putin....gee, isn't it odd that nobody you or I know does? :-) Thanks for confirming that in writing!
Come by again."


"REMINDER: Please, let's see links of conservatives CHEERING ON RUSSIA in CRIMEA OR UKRAINE.. thanks."

This blogger is a bit confused in not understanding. But your video shows without question conservative pundits and pols cheering on the Dictator/Russian strongman in his tyranical actions.

There are none so blind as those who deliberately will not see.

okjimm said...

hmmmmm lets see... Obama, five letters

Putin.... five letters

Obama...foreign born in Hawaii
Putin...foreign born in Russia

....the coincidences defy logic.... I betcha they both golf,too!!!!

Anonymous said...

Obama is just showing his flexibility

Duckys here said...

I'm not sure who is taking a comprehensive view of the situation.

Yanukovich was a real corrupt creep but he was legitimately elected and his promise not to have Ukraine join NATO was no small reason.

He's overthrown in a rather ugly coup which has everyone blaming Ukraine government for the snipers when police were a significant number of the dead. Nationalists were likely a large number of the snipers, maybe initially at least, all.

Putin sees the coup as a threat to Russian interests and acts.

The best outcome may be a Crimea becoming a federated state of Ukraine with guarantees on the Russian language and economic issues.

Is it possible for the EU to act constructively without looking to drive a wedge between Ukraine and Russia? It's a lot more difficult now.

Lee Arnold said...

Republican "PUTIN" Fan Boys LOVE the Shirtless One.

Norton I said...


I'm sorry, I just got here, what were we talking about?

Joe "Truth 101" Kelly said...

I wish Putin worked for me when I promoted wrestling matches. What a great villain.

Duckys here said...

It really is a mess

The legitimacy of the Kiev government is questionable and the now with the appointment of the oligarchs, as the article states, the fox is in the hen house.

These are the folks we are giving a few billion.

Poor Ukraine. Playing out its part in The Great Game.