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Day By Day by Chris Muir

The Russians have attempted to strong arm Georgia and have miscalculated using what the West says is “disaproportionate force.”

“It’s not going to happen that way,” she said. “Russia will pay a price.”

But neither Rice nor Defense Secretary Robert Gates would be specific about what punitive actions the U.S. or the international community might take.

At the very least, this Russian adventure in brutality will lead to the admission of Georgia and Ukraine into NATO and the enhancement of national missile defense.

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Russia is a shrinking (lowest birth rate in Europe) dynasty who has experienced an economic resurgence with new oil finds within their territory. Vladimir Putin, a former KGB officer, has seized control of the government as de facto supreme dictator and is hoping to recapture the glory of the old Soviet Union state.

This will NEVER happen since Eastern Europe and all of the other Russian satellite states, run by Russian puppet governments do not wish to live under tyranny and despotism again.

But, the American LEFT is always happy to blame the United States and help facilitate their old RED traveling buddies, the Russians.

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In a shocker the United States and Poland signed a preliminary missile defense deal today. The Russians invade Georgia and move in the tanks and suddenly in what was an impasse, an agreement occurs.

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk announced the agreement on national television shortly before it was signed by Deputy Foreign Minister Andrzej Kremer and US chief negotiator John Rood.

Mr Tusk said Washington had agreed to meet Warsaw’s main demands in exchange for hosting the 10 interceptor missiles in a former military base near Poland’s Baltic Sea coast.

In return, the US has agreed to help modernise the Polish armed forces and locate Patriot missiles and a garrison of US servicemen in Poland to beef up its air defences, Mr Tusk said.

Poland is reported to have demanded the extra security help as part of the deal after Moscow threatened to target its missiles at any eventual bases.

The US signed an agreement with the Czech Republic in July to base tracking radars there as part of the missile defence system.

The US wants the sites to be in operation by about 2012.

Flap is being facetious, of course.

What are the repercussions?

Russia will remain pissed off at the United States and Poland and target the ten interceptors with nuclear weapons. Big deal. This might worry other European countries but not the Poles.

And, Russia may try to base bombers in Cuba.

The latter would lead to a direct military confrontation with the United States.

Stay tuned….


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share save 120 16 Day By Day by Chris Muir August 14, 2008

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Barack Obama responded to the Russian invasion of Georgia by having Susan Rice calling John McCain bellicose while Obama strolled along the beaches of Hawaii on vacation.

Obama was missing in action and he referred the matter to the United Nations Security Council where Russia enjoys absolute veto authority.

If Obama does not choose Sam Nunn as his Vice President, Flap will be surprised. Even Evan Byah does not possess strong enough foreign policy credentials to compensate for the “ROOKIES” lack thereof.

Of course, we can also hope for Slow Joe Biden.

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Michael Ramirez on Russia v. Georgia

President Bush, flanked by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has announced a “vigorous and ongoing” humanitarian mission to Georgia.

In the meantime, the United States has canceled joint military exercises with Russia.


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