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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Insane McCain says Rand Paul works for Putin

The army of Montenegro.

I Blame Arizona Republicans
The insane obcession with Russian never ends

  • The mouth-breathing Sheeple GOP voters of Arizona could have kicked the lunatic McCain out in the primary last year . . . . but nooooo!
  • Instead we see the GOP put this insane warmonger back in the Senate.
  • As for Montenegro, who gives a rat's ass.  No one cares about that country one way or the other. So in or out of NATO I have no opinion.

(Daily Beast)  -  The long-simmering war between Sens. John McCain and Rand Paul boiled over on Wednesday when the Arizona lawmaker directly accused his colleague of working for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

While speaking from the Senate floor in support of a bill advancing Montenegro’s bid to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), McCain noted objection from his Kentucky colleague, saying that if you oppose the measure, “You are achieving the objectives of Vladimir Putin... trying to dismember this small country which has already been the subject an attempted coup.”

McCain continued: “If they object, they are now carrying out the desires and ambitions of Vladimir Putin and I do not say that lightly.”

He then directly connected Paul to the Russian government: “The only conclusion you can draw when he walks away is he has no justification for his objection to having a small nation be part of NATO that is under assault from the Russians.

“So I repeat again, the senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin.”

In response, Paul avoided the over-the-top nature of McCain’s initial attack, instead commenting on the policy issue at hand. “Currently, the United States has troops in dozens of countries and is actively fighting in Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Yemen (with the occasional drone strike in Pakistan),” he told The Daily Beast.

“In addition, the United States is pledged to defend 28 countries in NATO. It is unwise to expand the monetary and military obligations of the United States given the burden of our $20 trillion debt.”

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

it`s something in the water ...