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Monday, March 25, 2019

Putin and Obama to Meet at G20

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5 responses to “Putin And Obama To Meet At G20”

  1. ObozoMustGo says:

    And now…. The REAL Cartoon Of The Day!

    Speaking of Obozo and Putin……….

    Have a nice day!

    “We’re the country that built the Intercontinental Railroad.” —Cincinnati, OH, Sept. 22, 2011 — Baroke WhoIsInsane Obozo showing the world yet again what an idiot he is.

    • Allan Richardson says:

      Making a slight, one-time error in word usage is a human fault, not a partisan one. We laugh, forgive and forget when it happens, unless we HATE the human being who made the mistake. The elder Bush, who as we know lived through World War Two, once referred to September 7th as Pearl Harbor Day. The later Bush was famous for his gaffes, such as wanting to help people “put food on their families.” Day Quayle forgot how to spell “potato” and told an audience in Latin America that he was sorry he didn’t study harder in Latin class. Obama once mistakenly referred to “57 states” and this was obviously a slip of the tongue. Such gaffes do not mean anything except to the conspiracy theorists, such as in Bush’s post-9/11 speech when he referred to his feeling watching the video of the “first plane” hitting the tower.

      So Obama said “intercontinental railroad” when he meant “transcontinental”? No biggie, although ironically, PUTIN could refer to his nation’s “intercontinental” railroad between Europe and Asia, built by one of the last Czars and coming in handy for Bolsheviks to send both prisoners and settlers (who probably felt like prisoners) to remote camps or towns in Siberia.

      I am sure that you, if you think hard, can remember some gaffes you have made. I will not call you an idiot for that; welcome to the human race.

      “Exorcising the demons of stupidity.” — “Saint” Dogbert

      • ObozoMustGo says:

        Allan… yes, obviously to err is human. We all do it. It’s just that Obozo’s come with stunning regularity when he does not have the teleprompter to guide his every uhhhhh…. uhhhhhh…. let me be clear…. uhhhh…. uhhhh

        As for the Bushes, #2 may have wanted to put food on his family, but if you remember, #1 put his food on the Japanese Emporer… literally!!! hehehehehehehehe

        Have a nice day!

        “One such translator was an American of Haitian descent, representative of the extraordinary work that our men and women in
        uniform do all around the world — Navy Corpse-Man Christian Brossard.” – mispronouncing “Corpsman” (the “ps” is silent) during a
        speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C., Feb. 5, 2010 (The Corpsman’s name is also Christopher, not Christian) — Baroke WhoIsInsane Obozo showing the world yet again what an idiot he is.

        • Justin Napolitano says:

          To error is human but you have shown yourself to be inhuman many times so we have to assume that making errors is what you do 100% of the time.

  2. George D says:

    The same professional mental midgets who despite their solitary lives as racial, ethnic, and class bots, remain here looping the same childish rants with every yahoo posting. And of course, the Yahoo, India comment regulators with their command of American language and culture place their comments on top regularly. Well, the remnants of the Caste System is alive and well in India, and these same folks are now regulating our web sites and one is even a governor of a Southern Statre…….He really has not bought into our civil war or civil rights movements…..even though he was raised here…..his roots are deeper into Indian Culture than American. I guess that as an American, whose family served in every American Military engagement and was trained by those same boys and girls who grew up defending our democracy, I find offense.

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