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Obama & Russia

| Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Obama & Russia

It is amazing how many lemmings like Sen. Robert Casey have turned into Obamabots eager to start World War III. I shouldn't be surprised, as Casey voted for ObamaCare.

Candidate Obama, running for the 2008 Democrat nomination, said he was against high-cost, mandatory health insurance. Can we trust anything Obama says after “Fast and Furious,” Benghazi, the IRS investigations, etc.?

So now he's picking a fight with Russia over Syria. This is a typical strategy of despots trying to draw attention from a disastrous economy and a litany of domestic scandals. An example of this was the failing dictatorship in Argentina foolishly picking a fight with Great Britain in 1982 over the Falkland Islands.

I pray that President Vladimir Putin can defuse Obama's insane ego trip to save face, lest we find ourselves at war with Russia. Remember, those “evil Russkies” warned us about the Boston Marathon bomber and we did nothing.

Joseph DuPont

Towanda, Bradford County

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