Robert Ariail for February 27, 2022

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    RAGs  almost 2 years ago

    If he can’t eat it, he’ll destroy it. “So much fun.”

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    Daeder  almost 2 years ago

    Something tells me Ukraine isn’t a meal that will stay down.

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    kaffekup   almost 2 years ago

    Not just yet…

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    Concretionist  almost 2 years ago

    That’s certainly what anybody with any sense would be worrying about.

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    GiantShetlandPony  almost 2 years ago

    Someone’s been watching The Late Show. Point taken, can add Poland, Slovenia, etc.

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    Patjade  almost 2 years ago

    Ukraine hasn’t been eaten yet and seems to be giving Putin some indigestion.

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    tatra1233  almost 2 years ago

    Ariall may have picked the wrong two countries for the fish names. Moldava is pretty much an economic basket case, so they might be happy to have someone with at least some money take over. As for Georgia, the Russians already invaded them with lots of explosions and burning buildings, and then they left, I assume with a smiling “have a nice day” remark.They might think just being occupied was better than drive-by bombings and artillery strikes. Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia…EU or not, they have got to be scared silly. Poland…EU also, but EU with tanks that aren’t 50 years old, and a reputation for being very prone to resistance.

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    dotbup  almost 2 years ago

    We Have Never Been Here Before -Thomas L. Friedman -

    …today’s world is resting on two simultaneous extremes: Never have the leaders of two of the three most powerful nuclear nations — Putin and Xi — had more unchecked power and never have more people from one end of the world to the other been wired together with fewer and fewer buffers. So, what those two leaders decide to do with their unchecked power will touch virtually all of us directly or indirectly.

    Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is our first real taste of how crazy and unstable this kind of wired world can get. It will not be our last.

    The corollary to that is America’s inability to handle the threat from our own corrupt oligarchs funding the party of Trump. Just as Putin and Xi are coming up against the inherent contradictions in their worldview, we the third powerful nuclear power are finding a significant fraction of our population and the political party inciting them are caught in a positive feedback loop that makes them more extreme every day. If the Trumptards return to power, they and the GQP kleptocrats will become increasingly unchecked as well.

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  9. Whatever  almost 2 years ago

    That putin cat is chocking on the Ukraine-fish at the moment. It is shown untruly eaten here.

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    rossevrymn  almost 2 years ago

    patrick murphy, rikitikiDA, your DA orange leader is doubling down on supporting this………………………..aren’t you proud?:

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    Radish the wordsmith  almost 2 years ago

    Trump’s “twisted” praise for Putin continues at CPAC

    Trump with his Authoritarian-bent — belongs no where close to that “Nuclear Football,” ever again. No where close to the most powerful military on the planet.

    No where close to being the leader of the Free World — not if he thinks Putin’s illegal and immoral invasion of Ukraine “is genius”.

    Republicans are obviously mentally ill.

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    preacherman  almost 2 years ago

    Well, the sanctions may not stop the Ukraine take over, but an adversarial nation still needs funds to finance any future warfare. Of course, the Russo/China alliance is being strengthened as these two pseudo-communist nations need support from someone with similar expansionist designs.

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    Teto85 Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    And the roads are littered with broken down, and just plain out of fuel Russian vehicles. The tank is only as powerful as the supply train behind it.

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    BB71  almost 2 years ago

    He got away with Crimea under Obama. If he takes Ukraine the sky is the limit. He knows Joe and his Democrat colleagues are weak. He is like a bully on the playground. I dare you to prove me wrong.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    And why not, once you are on a roll.. keep rolling.

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    notjimothy  almost 2 years ago

    The long range plan in to reconstitute the U.S.S.R. and probably won’t stop there

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    Radish the wordsmith  almost 2 years ago

    Trump and the Republicans are Putin’s useful idiots.

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    ChazNCenTex  almost 2 years ago

    You need a bigger fish bowl, for Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, eastern Finland…….

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    tee929  almost 2 years ago

    The Cheshire Putin-

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    onzerocs  almost 2 years ago

    China should be there right next to the mad man with a Taiwan fish in the bowl…

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    Conservative Man  over 1 year ago

    Have you morons ever heard of sarcasm

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    Otis the Bear  over 1 year ago

    Ukraine is biting back a whole lot harder than that cat expected. Might want to give the cat some sunflower seeds.

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