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(LA Times)   Hillary getting angry with Russia over Syria. You don't want to see Hillary when she gets angry   (latimes.com) divider line 29
    More: Obvious, Syrians, Russia, Susan Rice, Dmitry Peskov, Kofi Annan, Heads of state of Syria, Assad, Hillary Rodham Clinton  
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2012-06-01 11:25:11 AM
Something tells me even with safe search on, GISing "Hillary the Hulk" is a bad idea.
 
2012-06-01 11:27:19 AM
The wages of appeasement.
 
2012-06-01 11:29:54 AM
Meh. Socialist-on-socialist violence, no cause for outrage.
 
2012-06-01 11:30:49 AM
Syria is the only country in the Middle East that gives Russia access to one of its ports. Find another, and they might back off. Until then, Syria is under Russian protection.

A few months ago, when the Iran/Syria war propaganda was reaching full pitch, Russia positioned its aircraft carrier between our fleet and Syria. They're not just going to roll over on this one.
 
2012-06-01 11:33:32 AM

beta_plus: Something tells me even with safe search on, GISing "Hillary the Hulk" is a bad idea.


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/not the Hulk, but it'll do
//can't remember who made this, it was so very long ago
 
2012-06-01 11:36:02 AM
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2012-06-01 11:41:26 AM
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2012-06-01 11:55:19 AM
Just vote for the Mitt. He'll send our troops over to the middle east and straighten all those Arabs out. It'll be a cake walk. The invasions will pay for themselves. They will welcome us with open arms and throw flowers at our feet. They will become thriving democracies and our best buddies for life. Just ask Paul Wolfowitz, Douglas Feith and Donald Rumsfeld. They have experience in these sorts of things. And they're not wimps, like FartBama and his gang of appeasers.
 
2012-06-01 12:02:03 PM
I don't want to see the former first cankle ever. But mad would be much better than aroused.
 
2012-06-01 12:02:59 PM

Welfare Xmas: I don't want to see the former first cankle ever. But mad would be much better than aroused.


I think with her it is pretty much the same thing.
 
2012-06-01 12:04:43 PM

Jacobin: Just vote for the Mitt. He'll send our troops over to the middle east and straighten all those Arabs out. It'll be a cake walk. The invasions will pay for themselves. They will welcome us with open arms and throw flowers at our feet. They will become thriving democracies and our best buddies for life. Just ask Paul Wolfowitz, Douglas Feith and Donald Rumsfeld. They have experience in these sorts of things. And they're not wimps, like FartBama and his gang of appeasers.


I love it.
 
2012-06-01 12:04:53 PM
...actually, I don't want to see her no matter what her mood.

/she seems to be doing a fine job as SecState
 
2012-06-01 12:25:53 PM

imontheinternet: Syria is the only country in the Middle East that gives Russia access to one of its ports. Find another, and they might back off. Until then, Syria is under Russian protection.

A few months ago, when the Iran/Syria war propaganda was reaching full pitch, Russia positioned its aircraft carrier between our fleet and Syria. They're not just going to roll over on this one.


Agreed. Russia and Syria are plenty close, and Russia has every interest in keeping NATO out of Syria.

And because of that, any foreign intervention in Syria would most likely be lead by the Russians, so they can protect and preserve their own interests. Which sucks, because the odds of Russia actually stepping in are slim, and if they DO step in, they'll probably do it in a Russian sort of way.

But Russian intervention would probably also be more effective than NATO intervention. Messier, but more effective.
 
2012-06-01 12:34:13 PM
Every single time the west interferes in the political process of a middle eastern nation, it goes terribly off the rails. Why can't we learn from our meddling with the Shah, with supporting the muhajadine, with propping up saddam to then deal with the aftermath of the shah, to supporting the radical religious saudi's, etc, etc, etc and just STAY THE F OUT OF THERE
 
2012-06-01 12:36:44 PM

Welfare Xmas: I don't want to see the former first cankle ever. But mad would be much better than aroused.


Well... I think I may be skipping lunch after that little mental image funfest
 
2012-06-01 01:01:48 PM

tlchwi02: Every single time the west interferes in the political process of a middle eastern nation, it goes terribly off the rails. Why can't we learn from our meddling with the Shah, with supporting the muhajadine, with propping up saddam to then deal with the aftermath of the shah, to supporting the radical religious saudi's, etc, etc, etc and just STAY THE F OUT OF THERE


I say mark it on all maps with "Here there be dragons".
 
2012-06-01 01:13:30 PM

Geotpf: tlchwi02: Every single time the west interferes in the political process of a middle eastern nation, it goes terribly off the rails. Why can't we learn from our meddling with the Shah, with supporting the muhajadine, with propping up saddam to then deal with the aftermath of the shah, to supporting the radical religious saudi's, etc, etc, etc and just STAY THE F OUT OF THERE

I say mark it on all maps with "Here there be dragons".


I'm pretty sure the dragons moved to a politically stable part of Europe. farking djinn though.
 
2012-06-01 02:06:24 PM
She's ugly 24/7.
 
2012-06-01 02:09:25 PM

bwilson27: Jacobin: Just vote for the Mitt. He'll send our troops over to the middle east and straighten all those Arabs out. It'll be a cake walk. The invasions will pay for themselves. They will welcome us with open arms and throw flowers at our feet. They will become thriving democracies and our best buddies for life. Just ask Paul Wolfowitz, Douglas Feith and Donald Rumsfeld. They have experience in these sorts of things. And they're not wimps, like FartBama and his gang of appeasers.

I love it.


Hey. It worked for the Conquistadors.
 
2012-06-01 02:27:09 PM

Crude: She's ugly 24/7.


It's a real shame, too. We had a great tradition of smokin' hot secretaries of state in this country until now.

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2012-06-01 02:52:42 PM
When the only two countries telling you not to interfere are Russia and China, it's probably safe to say that interferring is actually the right thing to do.
 
2012-06-01 02:59:21 PM

someonelse: Crude: She's ugly 24/7.

It's a real shame, too. We had a great tradition of smokin' hot secretaries of state in this country until now.

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Dude warn before you post that many prime slabs of meat in a row. That's almost not safe for work.
 
2012-06-01 03:43:16 PM

someonelse: Crude: She's ugly 24/7.

It's a real shame, too. We had a great tradition of smokin' hot secretaries of state in this country until now.


You, sir or madame, are a hero. That was awesome :)

// Just wants to be able to safely visit Damascus and walk the streets of Aleppo one day.
 
2012-06-01 03:58:01 PM
Politics aside, I've always found Condoleezza Rice to be quite sexy, and I'd gladly switch teams for her if we vowed never to talk politics and she contractually agreed to let me borrow those boots. You know the ones I mean.
 
2012-06-01 04:45:46 PM
fta: U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice described reports of Russian arms shipments to Syria as "reprehensible"

That's not acceptable! Those are our sales. How dare the Russians undercut our corporations?

I really wish we had the legitimate moral authority to be outraged about weapons sales. I do agree that no one should be selling weapons to anyone in Syria. It's too bad we can't register a complaint about such sales without being hypocrites.

(The word hypocrites always makes me think of slightly untrustworthy hippos.)
 
2012-06-01 07:08:18 PM
Come and get one in the yarbles!
If you HAVE any yarbles, thou quivering bowl of eunuch jelly, thou!
 
2012-06-02 01:58:22 AM
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2012-06-02 12:10:14 PM

someonelse: Crude: She's ugly 24/7.

It's a real shame, too. We had a great tradition of smokin' hot secretaries of state in this country until now.

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Blech.

You made your point with the first couple you didn't have to keep beating us over the head with the ugly stick.

We get it ...they're ugly. Like "putting the Ug in ugly" kinda ugly. Like freakishly ugly.

Within that specific context Hills is Angelina bloody Jolie.
 
2012-06-02 12:27:01 PM
The conflict in Syria should be one of those instances where we just pretend to care. We've got enough troubles in that corner of the world as it is, without looking for more.
 
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