Vultures Row: The KG-used-to-B gets it

The KG-used-to-B gets it


How is it that the former head of the KG-used-to-B gets it and half of America doesn’t?
President Putin, and I’m no great fan of his. Putin anounced that he is urging American voters to vote for bush on a National Security basis stating that the terrorist attacks in Iraq are aimed at undermining Bush and could lead to the spread of terrorism around the world.

Putin and the former USSR seems to be taking the lessons of freedom to heart. They are working hard to ensure free elections, the instituted a Flat tax rate of 13% and the government there is MAKING money because of it. They are doing all they can to encourage free enterprise and it is really helping them. Some times I feel that the simple concepts and principles that this nation were founded on are being forgotten because we are too soft. We have not had to fight too hard to protect the freedoms we take for granted, where as in a lot of the former Warsaw Pact nations seem to relish the things which we have always had. I think it’s because we have always had those rights and have not been in a situation where they were threatened. In times gone by our forefathers were so busy building the nation that they didn’t have time to sit back and think about the social issues or about the luxury of taking care of others.

Nations like Russia and Poland have lived under oppression and they are learning what freedom is. We have the freedom that they seek but we have forgotten the responsibility that comes with it.
Vulture 6 (Scott)

Putin urges voters to back Bush
By CNN Moscow Bureau Chief Jill DoughertyMonday, October 18, 2004 Posted: 7:08 AM EDT (1108 GMT)

MOSCOW, Russia (CNN) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin says terrorist attacks in Iraq are aimed at preventing the re-election of U.S. President George W. Bush and that a Bush defeat "could lead to the spread of terrorism to other parts of the world."
Putin, speaking Central Asian Cooperation Organization summit in Tajikistan Monday, made his most overt comments of support so far for the re-election of Bush for a second term.
"Any unbiased observer understands that attacks of international terrorist organizations in Iraq, especially nowadays, are targeted not only and not so much against the international coalition as against President Bush," Putin said.
"International terrorists have set as their goal inflicting the maximum damage to Bush, to prevent his election to a second term.
"If they succeed in doing that, they will celebrate a victory over America and over the entire anti-terror coalition," Putin said.



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