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    Anonymous

    Romney Slamming Obama For Hot Mic Gaffe

    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney called Russia "without question our number one geopolitical foe" Monday on CNN.

    Romney's comments came in the context of President Barack Obama's "hot mic" moment with Russian President Dimitri Medvedev Monday after a meeting in Seoul. Obama was heard telling Medvedev he would have "more flexibility" on missile defense after the presidential election.

    "This is without question our number one geopolitical foe, they fight for every cause for the world's worst actors. The idea that he has more flexibility in mind for Russia is very, very troubling indeed," Romney said.

    Wolf Blitzer asked if he thought Russia was a bigger foe than Iran, China or North Korea.

    "I'm saying in terms of a geopolitical opponent, the nation which lines up with the world's worst actors," said Romney. "Of course the greatest threat that the world faces is a nuclear Iran and a nuclear North Korea is already troubling enough."

    "But when these terrible actors pursue their course in the world and we go to the United Nations looking for ways to stop them; when [Syrian President Bashir al-] Assad for instance is murdering his own people we go to the United Nations and who is it that always stands up with the world's worst actors, it's always Russia, typically with China alongside," he continued. "And so in terms of a geopolitical foe, a nation that's on the Security Council … and is of course is a massive nuclear power, Russia is the geopolitical foe."

    Romney has consistently criticized Obama over his policy of "resetting" relations with Russia after the two countries' relations reached a nadir in August 2008, at the end of the Bush administration and after the Russia-Georgia War. The U.S. and Russia — which still have the vast majority of the world's nuclear arms — agreed to modest nuclear reductions in April 2010 as part of a successor treaty to the START agreement.

    Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), who endorsed Romney in January, also consistently takes a hard line against Russia, even following the end of the Cold War over two decades ago.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/26/mitt-romney-russia-geopolitical-foe_n_1380801.html

    #397679

    Anonymous

    USA polticians are scaring people with phantom empires. XD

    #397680

    Anonymous

    Hm.. sounds like they exhausted interesting subjects, so they returned to the old school one – Soviet Russian red big commie balalaika foe…  Keep on trolling, cowards  :D

    #397681

    Anonymous

    Last year, Romney invested in the shares of Gazprom and Yandex and lost a lot of money due to lowering their rates. Too pity  :)

    #397682

    Anonymous
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    Last year, Romney invested in the shares of Gazprom and Yandex and lost a lot of money due to lowering their rates. Too pity  :)

    Haha that's nice!  :)

    #397683

    Anonymous
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    Last year, Romney invested in the shares of Gazprom and Yandex and lost a lot of money due to lowering their rates. Too pity  :)

    No wonder he considers Russia as geopoliticial foe. Looks like he made major geopolitical miss-investement! ;D

    #397684

    Anonymous

    Dear dipstick ronney, the cold war is over

    #397685

    Anonymous
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    Dear dipstick ronney, the cold war is over

    He should be more worried about China.

    #397686

    Anonymous

    Romney has investments in China and most wall st  types are making trillions by shipping jobs to slave factories in China.  I am so sick of the anti Russian. Fear mongering and excuses to spend money on weapons that will never be used.

    Also sick of Romney promising to turn over our middle eastern policies to Israel.  Israel will start a war and America will pay and die for it. 

    #397687

    Anonymous
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    Romney has investments in China and most wall st  types are making trillions by shipping jobs to slave factories in China.  I am so sick of the anti Russian. Fear mongering and excuses to spend money on weapons that will never be used.

    Also sick of Romney promising to turn over our middle eastern policies to Israel.  Israel will start a war and America will pay and die for it.

    On the contrary, I believe those weapons will be used or just they have to be made just to show who's boss, USofA's days of dominance are coming to an end. Ecconomic power has been weakend all they've got left is military supremacy, for now.

    I have no doubts that the jews would start one and it would escalate into a one big bloodbath.

    #397688

    Anonymous

    Most Americans want to get out of Afghanistan and don't want anymore wars,  unless we are directly attacked.  Even with the Iranian situation,  the only people pushing it are the hardcore Israeli lobbyists and the pro Israel journalists.  No one else thinks that Iran is a US problem

    #397689

    Anonymous

    Russia + China alliance, we'll show the world who's boss

    #397690

    Anonymous
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    Russia + China alliance, we'll show the world who's boss

    Why China?

    #397691

    Anonymous
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    Why China?

    BRIC NATION : Brazil+Russia+India+China = future global-economic dominators

    #397692

    Anonymous

    China is facing worker riots,  an amount of environmental pollution that is killing people off at a record pace.  They are also at a state of revolt in the rural areas.

    China will face a massive decrease in working age people with no security system setup for their exploding old age population. 

    China is one spark away from 700 million desperately poor people doing what Romania did in 1989-90

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