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Romney - Putin's better President than Obama

Putin a better president than Obama: Romney
By Aaron ShortJanuary 25, 2014 | 3:18am




Mitt Romney thinks Vladimir Putin is better at being president than Barack Obama.

Romney, who lost the presidential race to Obama, told NBC that the Russian leader “outperformed” the president “time and time again on the world stage.”
The former GOP nominee called the US and Russia “geopolitical adversaries,” blamed Putin for giving cover to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and said fugitive leaker Edward Snowden’s asylum in Russia was a “bit of a stick in the eye of America.”

But Romney gave Putin grudging respect as his nation prepares to host the Winter Olympics.

“I think most observers of the international political scene suggest that Russia has elevated itself in stature and America has been diminished,” Romney said.
White House press secretary Jay Carney said he “obviously disagreed” with Romney’s comments




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Old 01-28-2014, 02:23 PM   #91
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Not that they mean anything, but his popularity numbers are in the mid 60s.

Not that I care, but he seems to be kinda liked by the folks he represents.

Meh...
I think Saddam Hussein had a 99% approval rating. Kim Jong Un's is probably around 110%.
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:24 PM   #92
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I know you're not over here a lot, but the backstory is that there was a thread awhile ago about Putin, and a surprising number of freedom-loving right-wingers surprisingly expressed their admiration for him. When people who consider Obama an oppressive dictator praise Putin, it makes sane people like me think we have entered bizarro world. I imagine the Putin admiration is more due to ignorance and irrational Obama hatred but it shows how nuts the RWNJs have become.
Isn't anybody who takes a position these days labeled a "nut job" by the other side, really? C'mon man, you're a LWNJ in case your wondering. And I'm a RWNJ. Embrace it man! OK, tell me how middle of the road you are now!

And short of the dots called St. Louis and KC (the inner-city folks), and a sprinkling of people who are nice to a fault in the 'burbs (kind of like the Hollywood types tend to be all too often), he doesn't represent Midwest values. Not to speak in generalities, but wow man, let it go, these are the days of all-or-nothing, I'll take my ball home, no compromise. Embrace its awesomeness...
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:29 PM   #93
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I think Saddam Hussein had a 99% approval rating. Kim Jong Un's is probably around 110%.
I think you're saying they'd be better Presidents too???


I think that's why Barack sent Dennis over to NK, he prolly want him to figure out how KJU did it and report back.

It's all good... You've got you guy for some three more years. Y'all can accomplish a lot in that amount of time. Smile, enjoy..
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:32 PM   #94
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Isn't anybody who takes a position these days labeled a "nut job" by the other side, really? C'mon man, you're a LWNJ in case your wondering. And I'm a RWNJ. Embrace it man! OK, tell me how middle of the road you are now!
Doesn't mean it is accurate. I do find it funny here when people who are clearly on the right get called liberal and socialist by people who are even father to the right. Not just on here, but the right in general, including within the R party.
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:33 PM   #95
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I think you're saying they'd be better Presidents too???


I think that's why Barack sent Dennis over to NK, he prolly want him to figure out how KJU did it and report back.

It's all good... You've got you guy for some three more years. Y'all can accomplish a lot in that amount of time. Smile, enjoy..
I don't expect that.
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:37 PM   #96
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Doesn't mean it is accurate. I do find it funny here when people who are clearly on the right get called liberal and socialist by people who are even father to the right. Not just on here, but the right in general, including within the R party.
You don't sound comfortable in you nut shell...
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Doesn't mean it is accurate. I do find it funny here when people who are clearly on the right get called liberal and socialist by people who are even father to the right. Not just on here, but the right in general, including within the R party.
Is that what's eating you out?

It may just show how far to the left you are as well as brainwashed by our education system and media. Public school by any chance?
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Is that what's eating you out?
I'm not even sure how to respond to that.
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Not sure if or fits better here.



He's certainly free to do so. It just makes him look like a bitter loser. And without a "natural" outlet to do so like McCain and Kerry had, it makes him look even more sad. Of course he seeks out the opportunity to criticize Obama. How else would it happen?

Frankly, it's behavior I would expect from someone who is planning another run. He's says that's not the case. It takes a certain amount of denial and cluelessness to get rejected twice then still come back to bash the guy who beat you.
How else would it happen? Someone asks him a question like they did here. It's not overly complicated.
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I know you're not over here a lot, but the backstory is that there was a thread awhile ago about Putin, and a surprising number of freedom-loving right-wingers surprisingly expressed their admiration for him. When people who consider Obama an oppressive dictator praise Putin, it makes sane people like me think we have entered bizarro world. I imagine the Putin admiration is more due to ignorance and irrational Obama hatred but it shows how nuts the RWNJs have become.
The irrationality here comes from the folks like you who seem to think that Obama is besting Putin on the world stage.
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The irrationality here comes from the folks like you who seem to think that Obama is besting Putin on the world stage.
I can assure you that everybody who's paid to tell BO that he's great is telling him exactly that - one cue! Not to mention those who got an Obama-phone and the few who got some health care.
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The irrationality here comes from the folks like you who seem to think that Obama is besting Putin on the world stage.
I see you still don't understand that Syria is a client state of Russia.

Let's see if I can make it really simple for your simple mind.

Client State means that Syria is basically an ally of Russia. Syria has warm water ports that Russia always needs.

See, stuff is Syria was getting bad for a few years. Russia, the parent state, refused to do anything. Surprise.

When the rest of the world said enough, the U.S. threatened to use military action.

Think about that for a second. Threaten to use military action against an ally of Russia.

And what happened. Russia decides to do its job as a parent state and get involved.

Wonder how you would treat Obama if China threatened to invade one of our client states?
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I can assure you that everybody who's paid to tell BO that he's great is telling him exactly that - one cue! Not to mention those who got an Obama-phone and the few who got some health care.
I immediately take any post that uses Obama phones as sarcasm.

Then I have to remember that I am posted here, the echo room of right wing media.

I'm sure you are aware that the phone program was started by Reagan, right?
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I immediately take any post that uses Obama phones as sarcasm.

Then I have to remember that I am posted here, the echo room of right wing media.

I'm sure you are aware that the phone program was started by Reagan, right?
Yup. We all know. Means nothing.

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