1. sj, Leonidas, I really like to read you guys after a hard day's work. Puts the laugh on my face, keep em coming, they're hilarious.
    (Reader, 28 April 2014 16:06)

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  2. Obama, who yesterday arrived in Japan at the beginning of his Asian tour.

    Apart from his posturing against China, while enjoying his Sushi, it would be interesting to hear Obama repeating what "values and traditions" holds dear. I'm guessing that will include a militarised state and populace, loss of free speech, 100 million unemployment, massaged economic statistics and manipulation of every financial standard known to man, transgender front line troops and whatever constitutes the family version of global hegemony.

    And then to China.I trust the Chinese will treat him with the same amusement and indifference as the rest of the world treat him.He would give the Chinese a challenge when it comes to polite facial grimaces.
    (Leonidas, 24 April 2014 18:35)

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  3. I'm sure Obama is proud of so closely associating the US with neo nazi Pravi Sektor and ultra right wing Svoboda (condemned in December 2012 by the usually useless European Parliament).

    The enemy of his enemy is his friend, even if they are neo-Nazis!
    (EU Dude, 24 April 2014 18:16)

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  4. The United States of Piss and Wind at it again. Same old song called consequences. Obama either do something or shut the f*** up, talk about a windbag.
    Oh I forgot the mighty Piss and Wind have sent 600 troops to Poland to put the fear of God into Russia. They must be special troops, trained by true human rights and democratic principled battle hardened windbags.
    The best spin I heard recently was that Moldavia had its defence personnel trained in the US and now they are far better than the Russians. A colleague said why would the Moldavians choose the world’s biggest loser from Afghanistan to Libya to train their troops? I could only reply the US will talk the Russians to death.
    US of Piss and Wind.
    (sj, 24 April 2014 14:17)

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  5. Why no military solution? It's the standard US policy to bomb first and negotiate later. After all, we all know that the only way to spread freedom, love and US democracy is to kill thousands of innocent people and destroy all civilian infrastructure.
    (So sad, too bad, 24 April 2014 10:46)

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