Russia’s a “Regional Power” Now?

So says Pharaoh Obymandias, anyway:

“Russia is a regional power that is threatening some of its immediate neighbors, not out of strength but out of weakness,” Obama asserted, as though he was talking about the psychological insecurities that plague the average playground bully.

“The fact that Russia felt compelled to go in militarily and lay bare these violations of international law indicates less influence, not more,” Obama insisted.

Pop quiz, hotshot:  What does the “I” in “ICBM” stand for?  Hint: It ain’t “ignorance,” though with you that’s always a damn good guess.

Aren’t you glad we elected the Smartest President Evar!!?

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2 thoughts on “Russia’s a “Regional Power” Now?

  1. nightfly

    “The fact that Russia felt compelled to go in militarily and lay bare these violations of international law indicates less influence, not more,” Obama insisted.

    Point of fact: a country that flouts international law and customs is MORE influential and powerful, not less – they believe that their power and influence is sufficient to get people to ignore their strong-arm methods. If they were actually weak they would be very careful not to invite a response they could not handle.

    But every day is opposite day with this clownshow of an Administration.

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