Public Secrets

…Then I call that a big point in Romney’s favor, especially when the Russians deign to tell us Obama is acceptable:

Alexey Pushkov, chairman of the international affairs committee of the State Duma, said in a recent interview that Russian leaders have noted Romney’s comments with concern, and are watching with interest as neoconservative and “realist” advisers maneuver for influence within the campaign.

“We don’t think that for us Romney will be an easy partner,” said Pushkov, an ally of President Vladimir Putin. “We think that Romney will be, on the rhetorical side, a replay of the Bush administration.”

He also noted Romney’s statements that the United States should assert its dominance in the 21st century.

“If he is serious about this, I’m afraid he may choose the neocon-type people…In the first year of his presidency, we may have a full-scale crisis,” he said.


Pushkov said that the “reset”…

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  1. Ann Wesley says:

    Romney must not make McCain’s mistake and call Obama a nice guy. Obama is not a nice guy. He used to teach Communist Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for radicals” and also lives by those rules, i.e. he would use any means to win. Romney must not be afraid to call Obama a Communist. Obama is driven by Marxist ideology which his latest statement about successful businesses confirms. Obama’s outrageous statement, that if you create a successful business through hard work and private money it is not really your business, demands a stern reply from the Romney-campaign. This comment proves that Obama thinks like a true Marxist.

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