Vladimir ain't Putin up with this shjt no more
@KaijuKoitus, well I'm pretty sure there was a pic that said this was a saying in the Marines.
@KaijuKoitus, that's why everyone should have a russian friend in their life. (Pppssst I'm russian)
@KaijuKoitus, He ripped off the US Marine Corps with this statement though, although it could be symbolic of their partnership with the US
@BunnyGruff, and if people bothered to Google, they would find he never said this.
@MedalDeliveryMan, no he didn't, because he never said it
@BunnyGruff, yes, this is a cheap ripoff. Special Forces has been saying this for maybe 4 decades.
In case no one knows Putin has agreed to work with US to get rid of ISIS
@the guy with one job, but Obama refused to work with him...so...
@talmet, that's false, matter of fact he hasn't even responded to Putin on the matter yet
@the guy with one job, ...which is a refusal...
I ask you "hey, can you help me do this?"
If you don't respond, what does it mean? It means you are not going to help me.
@the guy with one job, eh.. I don't think Putin, the guy who went to Syria under the pretext of getting rid of ISIS only to then further help the Syrian President in his quest to kill more of his own people than a genocide would, I don't think that's the guy anyone would or should willingly work with. What if he starts bombing refugees. Then we're gonna look like we're supporting it because we accepted his 'help'. This is why I'm glad the common people don't run the government and mostly Harvard educated people do, even if they have their head stuck up their ass 90% of the time.
@BunnyGruff, well I'm glad you mis understood what I said and then proclaimed intellectual dominance over me. Putin is asking for our help, and we have yet to respond due to Obama still trying to figure out if it's a trustworthy decision or not
@talmet, so you mean to tell me that because he hasn't responded to 90% of the problems in this country means that he's a shît bag that isn't going to help the nation with anything? He's the fücking president of the United States, he's got a lot of shït to deal with and he can't get to it all at once
@the guy with one job, Yea but Russia has been bombing them for a while now anyway.
@Can yew knot, doesn't mean they don't need help, I mean we've been doing the same for while and Isis is still well and alive
@the guy with one job, I replied to you, but I wasn't talking to you specifically. I'm talking to anyone who thinks Putin is friendly President here who wants to get rid of ISIS and Obama is stalling.
@the guy with one job, also I'm a common person. I never went to Harvard. So I don't know how I would be expressing intellectual dominance over you...
@BunnyGruff, man people really don't understand modern Russia do they? They aren't the communist nation they used to be, matter of fact Putin has actually done pretty well for the nation, especially dealing with their dying economy. They are trying to rid themselves of the warlike-hate everyone image that was given to them from communism. They've tried to reform for a while, but people are to stubborn to accept that they are attempting to change and get better. They also have a lot of problems of their own that have slowed this process for years now. I mentioned the economy is practically non-existent, but 80% of that government is so corrupt and clearing that is hard to do.
@Can yew knot, actually pretty much the first thing he did was come in and bomb the rebels, ie. The people fighting ISIS from the very beginning, whose flanks include Americans fighting on the front lines, not soldiers but people who choose to fight ISIS because they knew they needed to be stopped long before Paris happened. It wasn't until ISIS took down a Russian jet that Russia actually became serious.
@BunnyGruff, Putin believes that if ISIS is defeated in Syria, then Syria will need a government that is able and willing to standup and stop ISIS from trying to move back in. He thinks that government might as well be Assad.
Is Assad a nice guy? No. But, as Putin said at the UN, governments had to deal with people they didn't like to get rid of Hitler in WW2. So, he's willing to work with Assad to stop ISIS.
Our government assumed that Putin was going into Syria to stop Assad and ISIS. Putin never made that claim, he was very clear at the UN. He said that in his opinion, a stable Syria without Assad is impossible.
@the guy with one job, So, you need to have priorities.
Either he is purposely ignoring Putin's request, as a way to refuse without having to actually refuse.
Or, ISIS is not a priority for Obama.
One or the other must be true. Both are bad.
And yes, Obama is the president. Also, in my opinion he is a crap president, who will go down in history as one of the most divisive, and ineffectual presidents in our history.
@talmet, I hate people like you, so focused on the current problems without realizing how much better things have gotten. Yes, the US is still in Shït thanks to bush, but it's gotten so much better. Obamas done a pretty good job cleaning up the nation, even though it's not perfect yet, because one man can't perfect a global super power in 8 years, but it's because of the mess the nation was in prior to Obama that gave him such a bad wrap. Yes our country was suffering during his run time, but not do to his actions, it's due to the actions of those before him. Don't get me wrong I'm not a great fan either, but he's not even close to some of the actual worst presidents we have had before
@the guy with one job, I completely agree with you in terms of Obama, but not Putin. You've got to be joking when you say Putin is trying to rid the militaristic Russia that was. He INVADED the Ukraine. That's an incredibly militaristic thing to do. Russia WAS getting better, until Putin decided to go and invade the Ukraine and send his troops to the Western border. Then Obama put sanctions on his stupid ass and NOW the Russian economy is crippled. You can quite literally see a jump in the line graph of the ruble and clearly see a before and after of the sanctions. Before sanctions Russia was doing not too good but not too bad, but after sanctions, Putin will led them to ruin.
@talmet, YEA they do need a government after ISIS is defeated, but could you not blindly swallow Putins propaganda. ISIS was created in part BY ASSAD. He wanted to make the rebels, the people who were TRYING to make a government to replace Assad with, a DEMOCRATIC government, Assad wanted to make them look like terrorists so he released all the terrorists from Syrian prisons. You want the guy who helped CREATE ISIS and also murder tens of thousands of children to run Syria instead of the people (rebels) who were actually trying to create a government in Syria and we're BEGGING for us to help, and we didn't and now they're almost all DEAD. Assad is not the answer. Don't support something until you know every last detail about it.
@the guy with one job, you hate people like me who hold the current president responsible almost 7 years into his administration? When will it become Obama's responsibility?
Can the next president blame Obama for everything that happens in their administration? Or will that still be Bush's fault? What about the president after that?
In 50 years will it still be Bush's fault?
Obama has been president for 7 years. It is his responsibility. The economy is crap (Gallup says we are only at 45% fully employed, which they consider working 30 hours a week. Only 45% of Americans have a job where they work 30 hours. Also, the median income has fallen to 31,000 a year. This is not a recovery. As a percentage, there are more people living on handouts now, than during the Great Depression...)
Foreign policy is in shambles, ISIS and Russia on the rise. Terrorism spreading. Bad bad things...Iran just got a 150 billion dollar payday...
Race tensions are at a height not seen since the 60s....
@BunnyGruff, I never said I supported Putin.
@talmet, man oh man are you a quick to judge moron. I never said that every issue the nation has from here on out is bush's fault, but man did he leave the next 2-4 presidents with a messy country. You need to learn to understand what someone is saying and not take these irrationally large jumps to extremely obscure assumptions
@the guy with one job, I heard that china wants in on the action.
@the guy with one job, what?
You said it isn't Obama's fault, because Bush left the country with so many problems.
Ok, so what has Obama fixed? What has he even made better? The unemployment number is down, but the number of people fully employed is down. Has he made race relations better? Foreign policy better? What is something that Obama has succeeded in doing?
Healthcare? Where exchanges across the county are failing, enrollment numbers are down so much that major insurers are talking about walking away from Obamacare, because they would have to charge prohibitively high premiums to cover the few people who actually have signed up.
@Nosurrender, that is true. China has been hit a few times by what they call "foreign Muslim terrorists." Most recently some mine was attacked and 29 or 28 people were killed.
@talmet, cool you successfully named one thing he actually did wrong, and in reality, isn't directly under his control, unemployment (but sense you're a stubborn person who refuses to read exactly what I said, I must mention that I am well aware that it was in his fault as well, but not to an extreme) also, I'm not sure if you are aware of the stimulus which signed $780 billion to American recovery/reinvestment which spurred economic growth and slowly stopped (has not completely ended yet) the greatest recession since the Great Depression. This was in '08 or '09 I believe. Also, we aren't at war with Iraq anymore. Happened in 2011, so that's a plus, unless of course bringing home thousands of soldiers and reuniting them with their families isn't something good to you. He, as the head commander of the US army, brought down Osama bin laden. That's always nice. Completely turned around American automotive industry, and along with that added 100,000 jobs from auto industries growth.
@talmet, he also aided the efforts to bring down Moammar Gaddadi. He also placed about $4.5 billion into state governments for educational reform. More education sounds like a good thing to me, no? Forced new fuel efficiency standards to make the fuel economy somewhat near double in the next 9 years, assuming future presidents do not remove this. Also the extremely increased sanctions on Iran were his doing, and I don't have enough text in these comments to explain what that is, so I hope you know. He also improved the FDA by funding 1.4 billion to it to have it grow and expand its responsibilities. There's still plenty more but they are somewhat minor, and I'm tired of typing.
@talmet, something tells me you're from the south. An unwarranted hatred of Obama, a lack of an educated argument, and purposely pointing out the minority flaws instead of actually accepting the majority goods (for lack of better word) just because you cant deal with being wrong
@the guy with one job, (no hatred towards southerners, he just matches stereotypes that I hardly ever follow)
@the guy with one job, actually Russia was attacking isis and America decided to join in.
@the guy with one job, I agree wholeheartedly with talmet, name one positive thing Obama has personally done to fix the U.S., plus, the attack on Osama was planned and prepared by the bush administration. All Obama did was give an ok.
@the guy with one job, how did the stimulus help the economy? Even Obama said that the "Shovel ready jobs weren't as shovel ready as we thought."
The recession hasn't slowed. Workforce participation continues to fall, and many economists are predicting another huge dip in the next year or so.
We aren't at war in Iraq...correct, now ISIS runs the place...that isn't an improvement.
He did nothing but give the OK for the mission to take down Osama.
The American auto industry has been purchased by foreign companies.
He brought down Mommar Gaddafi...and now Lybia is one of main areas of terrorism. Good job on Benghazi.
4.5 billion in state education. When did he do that? He requested it in 2012, but didn't even get Democrat congressmen's support.
Increased fuel standards actually increase deaths. As the cheapest way to increase a cars mpg is to make the car lighter, which means crashes are more deadly.
@the guy with one job, ...increased sanctions on Iran?!?!? Uh, no. Sanctions were removed. And according to the IEAE, Iran has already cheated. There very first inspection was of a nuclear facility which had been emptied of all equipment and machinery the day before the inspectors arrived. We also gave them 150 billion dollars, and per the deal we agreed to defend their nuclear facilities from attack...though you obviously don't know what you're talking about.
No, I'm not from the South. I'm from California. I have a masters in Applied Mathematics, a PhD in high energy particle physics, and am a college professor. But way to be prejudiced...gotta love liberals and their discrimination against anyone they don't like.
@the guy with one job, Just to be clear. I've never insulted you, but you insult me in almost every post. So good job on showing your maturity, and being able to have a civil discussion with someone you disagree with.
"I think this"
"Well, I think that"
"I hate people like you"
"You're a moron, how can. You disagree with me. My mommy told me I'm special."
"Oh, you must be from the South and an idiot."
@the guy with one job, since when? I thought all chances of that we're lost after turkey shot down that plane? I really really hope what you say is true, can you provide a source please?
Putin is essentially the scumbag homophobic psychopath of the world that you need to be friends with in case shjt goes down
@Chuck Fvcking Norris, he's like a more tolerable mix of Stalin and Hitler. A $hitlin, if you will.
@Chuck Fvcking Norris, Putin is they guy that's gonna do the popular things, explaining his like over 90% approval rating, but the popular thing is almost never the right thing. And he's going to drive his country into the ground. Or well he already has, but even more so. Right now we've crippled their entire nation just through sanctions. Just letting them know, doesn't matter how advanced you think your military is, we'll send you into ruin long before anyone even fires a bullet.
@BunnyGruff, just an FYI Russia was never crippled by sanctions, the people that do business WITH Russia were crippled
@dirty wallnut, by Russia, I mean it's population. The Russians. Who are doing their best to hide their pain because they're Russians when they lost half their savings just by currency losing value and then the rest because everything is twice as expensive. Russia is on the path to hyperinflation. They're spending money they don't have. And they can't get loans to cover them. Russia is edging towards collapse while Europe has found another reason to look into renewable energy. That sounds like a win win to me.
@BunnyGruff, it's not really a win win because Russia has close financial ties with China. Russia falls, China will suffer, rest of the world follows. The world economics are too closely intertwined to consider that a win in any way. And no that's not hyperinflation, it's just regular inflation, which we also have here in America. We are spending way more than we have too, so does that edge us to a collapse too? Europe has not really found another reason to look into renewable energy, because the gas pipelines will be built through a different country and that country will still sell Russia's gas at its own higher price, sort of a middle man. My personal opinion is that our president didn't take the right choice. Instead of bluntly forcing Russia into political information war he should have allied it, and then manipulated/pressured it into complying with us. That would have been a win win. But like I said that's my opinion.
ISIS was putin their place
Say what you want about Putin, but he knows how to get shjt done.
@CriTiKa1, it must be nice having a president with something between their legs
@Kangaroo Jacked, political views aside I think this is what keeps Trump in it. He's crazy enough to not care what some people think of his "ideas" and is just like...."Ya know what, fvck you!" And he doesn't care if he would be re elected for it lol
@WelI Obviously, exactly. As crazy as he seems, he would be the only one ever who I believe will actually do what he promises.
@CynicalSir, Like attempt to track anyone who comes to the U.S. Because they're Muslim...yea I'd rather not have my friends be watched 24/7 because of their religion.
@OutlawOwl, well not to say all the things would be good, but I would actually believe him more than anyone else. Besides, everyone is probably already being tracked on some way.
@CynicalSir, He wants them to be identified like Hitler made the Jews do is Nazi Germany..that is worse than not good.
@OutlawOwl, ok, I get it.
@CriTiKa1, like killing off opposition and murdering journalists who speak out against him. Yep he gets things done. Oppressing people, taking over countries and more or less rebuilding the old communist Russia. Yep he gets tons done.
@TheMonkeyGod, and killing ISIS, he gets shjt done
@CriTiKa1, and the opponents of Assad who are trying to overthrow a violent oppressive regime.
@TheMonkeyGod, And ISIS, who has agents all over the world ready to kill thousands of innocent civilians.
Ooooooooooo shjt!!! *airhorn noises*
I really wish I heard him say that
@KaijuKoitus, sadly he didn't actually say that at all. Some news anchor in Russia referenced the quote while talking about ISIS and Putin. Someone on social media then misinterpreted it, believing it to have been said by Putin. From there you can probably infer how the rumor would spread. One thing he actually has said in regards to terrorists is "We will soak them in the toilet, pardon my language."
No lie, that man has some balls
United States Marine Corps:
"It's God's job to judge them. It's our job to arrange the meeting."
Putin never said this... Google the quote
Putin is my favorite "politician"
He will stop isis
Putin didn't say this it's from the movie Man of Fire
Sucks our prez is too pussy to say or do anything..
"When I don't know what Putin does and at this point I'm too afraid to ask" but seriously is be Russian politician or American or somewhere else? Idk
@The Criticizer, He's in charge of Russia
Who cares? Uneducated rednecks have been saying that for decades...
It wasn't even Putin that made it up he stole it from Denzel Washington in Training Day
I'm glad the Russia and us are putting their efforts toward. They are gonna be, Putin down Isis.