Alright I get it. Like five minutes ago the Russians were basically our enemies and I’m not supposed to like Putin. But are you kidding me with that comment? And how about this one from him? “We are going to pursue terrorists everywhere. If they are in the airport, we will pursue them in the airport. And if we capture them in the toilet, then we will waste them in the outhouse…The issue has to be resolved once and for all.”
I thought about it long and hard and if I had a family member on that aircraft or killed in Paris on Friday, I’d be pretty damn stoked that Vlad was on the case.
He’s basically the nemesis from ‘Snatch’.
and you know he’s going feed some jihadis to the pigs!
We know that the terrorists exist for only one reason and ‘Homeland’ hit the nail on the head. “They’re there for one reason and one reason only, to die for the caliphate and usher in a world without infidels.”
But here’s where it gets tricky. They are literally looking for the end of the world. So how did they go about making sure they get their best chance of making this happen?
Well, they already hit us and for all intents and purposes we’ve been going it alone for the last 14 years. So they hit Russia, the big bully who doesn’t play by the rules and truly doesn’t give a fuck. But that wasn’t enough. They needed to bring in the guy who usually said “no, no you can’t fly over our territory” etc..and that guy is France. So now they have the two biggest baddest sons of bitches this world has ever known AND they have the guy who usually tried to slow things down.
So now the U.S. is faced with a major dilemma. What do we do? Putin acted in Syria when Obama wouldn’t. Do we lose face and FOLLOW Putin’s lead? What would that do to our standing in the international community? Or do we sit on the sidelines for a bit and risk a hit to our reputation on that front?
I don’t envy the position that Obama and the policy makers at the State Department and the Pentagon are in right now.
All I know is that we need to find ourselves again and we need to win!
So it turns out that the anchor from Russia Today in Moscow got it wrong. Whatever. I’m sure that’s exactly what he thinks.