Tag Archives: Barack Obama

Not quite a hangover, but could’ve felt better

Predictably, I am grumpy and disappointed this morning and I will try to sum up my reasons. Yes, Governor Romney’s performance yesterday wasn’t as uplifting as that before. While he entered into the debate on a pleasant afternoon breeze after … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Obama wins the second debate

And here we go again. The second D-day has come. I am looking forward to the debate but let me make two predictions.  Barring Governor Romney makes some fatal gaffe or President Obama starts strangling his Republican opponent, this debate … Continue reading

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Who is the main cheerleader of the Obama socialist policies in the UK? You would never have guessed! The Spectator !

And back to the British ‘Conservative’ reality. In the country where 99.9 per cent of the Conservative party speaks about Romney/Ryan duo as ‘The Radical Right’ it shouldn’t be surprising that the ‘stellar’ Conservative magazine the Spectator’s coverage consist of … Continue reading

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Re: 3 October presidential debate

Dear Governor Romney, I am writing to thank you for your absolutely flawless and powerful performance last night. You are now responsible for what was one of my best early morning wake ups ever. I even made my sofa bed … Continue reading

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Can you hear that cracking sound?! It’s US foreign policy tradition … breaking

One of the axioms foreign policy anoraks relish using states that: no matter who is at helm, the direction of the US foreign policy remains constant. However, I often find this claim cynical and even sinister. Also, I have my … Continue reading

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Tony Blair – the statesman

I’ve always had an ambivalent opinion on Tony Blair and I must admit that is not something that happens often with me – usually I can make up my mind pretty quickly. In many respects Blair should be an archenemy … Continue reading

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We are all sorry for your foreign policy, Mr Obama (but only for that)

Let me react to President Obama’s response to Governor Romney’s criticism of APOLOGY of US Embassy in Egypt over allegedly anti-Islamic low-budget US movie that sparked a chain of brutal protests across the Middle East and Northern Africa so far … Continue reading

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What leaders of the world chit-chat about

It’s good to know that our dear Western ‘world leaders’ have amongst a huge economic crisis time for behind-the-back  chit-chat.  And so we now know that the French president Nicolas Sarkozy ‘can’t stand’ Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu as he is … Continue reading

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Obama the peacemaker strikes again?!

And a twist in the Iran story! British the Guardian now reports UK Army may support US if they decide to attack Iran with air and sea campaign (http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/nov/02/uk-military-iran-attack-nuclear) It seems the attack is imminent as Iran ‘was once again … Continue reading

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