Yes, they are mostly correct, however the obituary was posted the day after his death and later, on April 12th it was obviously suggestions of foul play. Read the link in my previous post.
posted on 08/07/2007 5:05:09 AM PDT
Putin is a sober man. It was duly noted on Sobchak's death that his funeral was the only place anybody has ever seen Putin shed a tear.
Are you one of those Bush hard liners Wm Pfaff is talking about?
posted on 08/07/2007 5:11:07 AM PDT
And if you are one of the Bush hard liners on Russia Wm Pfaff is talking about - people who simply refuse to deal with the Russia that is rather than the Russia they want to make over - please tell me how it is that US investment in Russia continues to go up. Seems to me that if you are a hard-liner-winner, you'd be stopping/rolling back this sort of activity. Instead, it's on the increase. So is Russian investment in the US economy.
posted on 08/07/2007 5:17:38 AM PDT
Or are you doomed to a future of Russian-rock-turning-over until you find something you can really get your teeth into. And then if you found something you could really get your teeth into, what would you do with it when you found it.
Listen, chum. Sobchak died those many years ago. Why not let the poor man alone in his grave? If something was to have been made of it, you'd find more than a 200 wd Cyrillic clip in a US chatboard and results would have been obtained by now.
Hard liners: They are like dogs with bones. The dogs bark, the caravan pases by.
posted on 08/07/2007 5:22:59 AM PDT
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