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  • ross1948 11:45 on March 27, 2022 Permalink | Reply
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    Dotard’s Clean-Up Crew Swing Into Action! 


    Well, we all saw and heard The Dotard today.

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    Putin ‘Cannot Remain In Power!’

    Given how he is unclear about so much, not least his wayward lad’s laptop….

    ….it was almost impressive to get such an unequivocal, unambiguous call for removal of the Russian leader….

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    But hold on there, folks.

    His White House clean-up crew lost no time and earned their big bucks.

    POTUS, they ‘clarified,’ was –

    Not A Call For Regime Change!’

    Even UK Pravda and Al Jazeera confirmed my view that ‘regime change’ was exactly what it sounded like.

    Maybe it is a fine idea.

    Or not.

    But how fares NATO when its leading member-state’s ‘leader’ has to be monitored and corrected when vital war aims are discussed.

     
    • Lorne Marzio 11:55 on March 27, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      It is embarrasing to Americans to have this man allowed out in public by his handlers.
      I am hoping and praying he is not allowed access to the nuclear button.
      I have no faith in Blinki or Psaki but I hope self-preservation will have them keep Biden under control.

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  • ross1948 22:17 on August 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Keep Draining, Donald -You Need A Better Man At State! 


    I see from the WT that President Trump is facing resistance from within as regards the menace of Iran’s nightmare regime.

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    Britain, France and Germany joined the United States in a complaint at the United Nations on Wednesday that called a July 27 Iranian space rocket launch a threatening move in violation of a 2015 U.N. Security Council resolution.

    But what remains to be seen is whether the three allies will take the more controversial step of backing Mr. Trump should he publicly pressure Tehran…   http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/aug/2/donald-trump-rex-tillerson-split-on-iran-nuclear

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    Up to them, if those countries think trade with a hellish Islamist mockery of democracy is more appealing than all the trade they conduct with the USA.

    Yet it seems Secretary of State Rex Tillerson – who has acknowledged that he and Mr. Trump have different views on the nuclear accord   – doesn’t want any declaration that the Islamic Republic is in breach of its obligations under the deal crafted by Obamanoids last year.

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    I was also somewhat surprised that Tillerson came out with that other statement a few days ago that he isn’t interested in regime change in Pyongyang.

    Surely everyone should want regime change there. We keep hearing that Syria, and not long ago Myanmar, and in the past other countries too, should be given the chance to enjoy democratic elections instead of authoritarian rule,

    Yet few if any countries in the world rival North Korea for barbaric oppression. I’m Not ALWAYS in Favour of Capital Punishment! 

    Do Americans, especially American conservatives, not share my view that communism is an evil that should be extirpated?

    Indeed, should have been long ago..

    Truman’s Folly Exposed – MacArthur Was Right! 

    Does President Trump’s patriotic ‘base’ not think so?

    One never expected much from his Un-American predecessor…

    N.K. Despot Demands US Ban Film – Will Obama Grovel, Again? 

    …and of course The Donald doesn’t have time to read our blog, but there were plenty of voices raised in the USA too warning him against appointing a man of Tillerson’s calibre to high office.

    Stop Tillerson – He’ll Continue Clinton’s Gaystapo Grovel! 

    Fingers crossed The President puts his foot down.

     

     
    • Ben Baniek 23:35 on August 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Tillerson was never a conservative.
      Big money man, smart for sure, but not on our side.

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    • Kat Millerson 06:00 on August 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Tillerson is a very successful businessman but like a lot of those he sees everything is negotiable. Trump appreciated that and gave him the job but Trump unlike Tillerson does understand that there are some basics which are not negotiable.
      Basic American values for example, were trampled by Obama’s far left cadres and now Americans are taking the chance to recapture their country, and facing a battle to get this done. Trump supports them for tactical electoral reasons but also because, despite his own free-wheeling life history, he is tuned into ordinary Americans which I don’t think Tillerson has been since maybe he left kindergarten.

      About North Korea, it is a real horror story and should be taken out. Everybody should want to see that happen but exactly how to do that is the question.

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