Skip to comments.McCain lacks moral authority to lecture Russians
Posted on 09/22/2013 1:04:22 AM PDT by TexGrill
Barely within a week, we have read two articles coming out of Russia and America.
The first one came from President Putin, a substantive, well-thought, elegant display arguing for the defense of international law, trying to calm down the initial bellicose American President Obama. Putin offered a sensical approach to reason on behalf of potential Syrian victims should an attack be launched against the Assad regime. While distancing himself from the al-Qaeda terrorists, Putin was welcoming at the same time the possibility to work again with Obama for the betterment of the Syrian situation.
Today, the world woke up to a deplorable article written by Obama's mouthpiece and, so-called Republican, Senator, John McCain.
It is nothing new that Americans have gotten used to interfere in other countries' affairs.
They never hesitated sending their children to far away wars that had nothing to do with American interests, regardless of insurmountable language barriers and cultural abyss.
America's self-righteousness has served them bad because theirs were no natural, but somewhat misleading, efforts to do well abroad instead of concentrating in their own and ever growing internal problems.
(Excerpt) Read more at english.pravda.ru ...
Eliana pipintg up?
This you may regard as pretty close to Bibi’s thinking.
Suppose you were offered your choice, right now, of spending the rest of your life in Russia or in a country the same size which was ruled by John McCain.... ??
I’ll bet Eliana knows how to tell John MaC to “Eat S3@t!! in Russian. It’s a very flexible language.
Does anyone wonder now why limited Republican voting occurred in 2008? At least thirty percent just stayed home and laughed over the options...of both parties.
If were in a President McCain world today? Given a choice of that that or Putin’s Russia? I’d say it’s a hard difficult choice. Troops would have been in Syria a year ago, and everyone would be confused more over McCain’s foreign policy than Obama’s current foreign policy.
I’d say in prospective today....2008’s election was a lose-lose situation. And we’ve never come out of the spiral.
I think he is a traitor to the United States.
I'd love to hear how he justifies some of his "progressive" positions.
Very interesting point.
Eliana is stating - flat out - that the regime killed Breitbart and Hastings. That, gents, is not pulled from her own back pocket, nor is it from Russia. Hmm...
Hanoi John has zero moral authority...he has been bought by George Soros and the Mexican Drug Cartels
Not quite. I think you are reading too much into what she said.
He has neither the moral nor intellectual capacity to lecture on any level.
Didn’t want to read it, but sure wish this would include McCain’s cruel tretment of his first wife, Keating 5, that long scandal about Cindy’s drug use and the attempted strong arming of the treating physician...he’s an awful, awful man, and I would never have voted for him except for Sarah.
...hes an awful, awful man, and I would never have voted for him except for Sarah.
Two of us, Mamzelle, and I'm sure many, many more, too.
Much of this is very true.
To simplify it: “People who live in glass houses do not throw stones”
There are people in America that are devastated that Obama has destroyed America.
McCain embarrassed himself because he was unable to give any thought to the fact that he lives in a very Red glass house.
She comes awfully close.. See the article excerpt below:
As for regarding "terrorize and even assassinate journalists who try to expose their corruption..." It also mirrors the American situation to perfection, suffice it to mention, the "sudden" death of Andrew Breitbart as well as the "accident" that killed Michael Hastings. However, no one can for sure confirm government involvement, in Russia or America.