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Syria likely to breakup Putin-Trump bromance
tailgater Offline
#1 Posted:
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That is a headline from CNN website today.

How F*cking awesome is that?

These snowflake heroes are not even hiding their partisan bile any longer.

Trump has handled the media poorly, but CNN deserves nothing better than a group golden shower to cleanse their fear-inspiring lies.

I was wrong. Trump just might go two full terms if this is the opposing view.



DrafterX Offline
#2 Posted:
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Those Bassards... Mad
danmdevries Offline
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ram27bat

Ram has a bat
Speyside Offline
#4 Posted:
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Meh, I choose not to get exited about what the shills say.
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I'm not convinced there ever was a bromance. Trump made an ill advised comment regarding the Russians hacking Hillary's private email server. He also showed an affinity for Putin which isn't surprising since like like Putin Trump has a very strong and relentless personality Not unexpected for a political neophyte. But in true Carvillian style, the Dems used that to triangulate Trump to the Russians.

Regarding the Russian involvement narrative, it's nonsense. Having spent 10+ years in IT security I can say without a doubt that if someone has the ability to identify the origin of something they have an equal ability to imitate it. In essence all one needs to do is used the same code then use anonymous proxies to hide the true origin of the source. It much simpler to do than the pundits would have one believe. That being said it is IMPOSSIBLE to prove whether the Russians did it or our some other entity did it and left a Russian fingerprint.
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here is an admitted anecdote:

I have a relationship of many years in town with Syrian born brothers who own a gas station/auto mechanic shop. They fly the American flag at their business.

I asked Brother Sammi this morning what his take is on what just happened. His opinion is that he is glad Trump ordered the action, wished Obama had not gone to Congress and done the same as Trump, believes Hillary was calling for the same action a few years ago when chemicals first were used and thinks a big opportunity was wasted by not moving ahead without Congress back then knowing he would never get backing for anything.

But he went on to say that very little was accomplished, glad it was limited to airport areas rather than harming the people, but seemed calculated to be very limited in actual effectiveness. I asked to explain and he said that the airport resumed activities within hours, and he felt Trump and Putin had a wink wink deal to make Trump look Reagan-strong to Americans as they exchanged strong words that sound like their relationship has been damaged.

He added that anything that helps remove the dictator would have to be considered positive...despite the unknown future. He is not optimistic about the future of his birth nation.

Overall, he supports Trumps particular actions, but thinks he and Putin are complicit narcissists and does not think much will change.
Brewha Offline
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+1


And no doubt about it, Trump and Putin are swaping spit.
DrafterX Offline
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You've been watching CNN again huh..?? Mellow
tonygraz Offline
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Did you hear that on Fox ?
Brewha Offline
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DrafterX wrote:
You've been watching CNN again huh..?? Mellow

No, but it is what I heard.
And stuff.

Mellow
delta1 Offline
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Did Trump say anything negative about Putin or Russia before or after he ordered the missile strikes? Why won't he say anything critical of Putin or Russia? His SOS and Ambassador to the UN have strongly condemned Russia for failing to contain Assad and to destroy his chemical weapons.
frankj1 Offline
#12 Posted:
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didn't Russia broker that deal a couple of years ago?

DrafterX Offline
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Not sure why everyone wants Trump to piss off Putin... Wouldn't it be better if they got along..?? Huh
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I agree, we need this alliance. The modern free world will not exist without it.
burnem2 Online
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The bull$**** in the thread is piling up so fast, you need wings to stay above it. Sammi.......the authority. Putin-Trump ties true because that's what someone heard. And the rest of the leftist party line crap. I hope we can stay friendly with Russia as I'm NOT looking forward to tension between super powers.
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burnem2...the US shouldn't partner up with a leader who does not embrace our tradition of democracy and liberty and freedom: Reagan, GHWB and GWB


http://news.sky.com/story/the-putin-critics-who-have-been-assassinated-10369350
DrafterX Offline
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so, Trump should criticize him so he can get on the assassinated list..?? Huh
burnem2 Online
#18 Posted:
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Never suggested we "partner up" with Putin. Simply stating we should try and keep things friendly for stability. I agree he is NOT a civil person.
dstieger Offline
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DrafterX wrote:
so, Trump should criticize him so he can get on the assassinated list..?? Huh



I thought that's why you voted for him....





Pence for president!
tonygraz Offline
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Drafter voted for him because he doesn't like women in authority.
tailgater Offline
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tonygraz is into dominatrix S & M stuff?



frankj1 Offline
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burnem2 wrote:
Never suggested we "partner up" with Putin. Simply stating we should try and keep things friendly for stability. I agree he is NOT a civil person.

Putin has enough business partners in Washington now. he doesn't need the whole country saying he's a nice guy too.
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