Fw: Russia-Georgia

Bernard Willis f16rsdad at JUNO.COM
Wed Aug 13 02:30:44 MDT 2008

Good one John.


On Wed, 13 Aug 2008 01:44:01 -0400 "John A. Quayle"
<blueoval57 at VERIZON.NET> writes:
Bernard Willis wrote: 
How would the MMagicNegro handle this?
          "Hey...hey...hey!!! Y'all can't be doin' that......now settle
down - NOW! I'm giving you five minutes to cool things down, or I'm
coming over there!" 

(after the passage of twenty minutes) 

        "Apparently, nobody heard me! Lookit.......I ain't playin'! Now,
y'all better straighten up or else! Don't make me come over there! You'll
be sorry! I mean it! Now, y'all got five minutes to clean and patch
things up or else I'm coming over!"
(thirty more minutes pass)

"Yo!! Didja all hear what I said?!? I ain't foolin' around wit' y'all!
This is serious business! I mean it! Y'all got ten minutes to rid things
up and stop this nonsense, right now!"

(ad nauseum)

John Q. 


--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Mike Kemp" <minutemn at gmail.com>
To: Undisclosed-recipients:;
Date: Sat, 9 Aug 2008 12:50:28 -0500
Subject: Russia-Georgia
Message-ID: <320e0e660808091050q52502efbp4eaa3cbe79a63e14 at mail.gmail.com>

I suppose that you knoow that this Russia-Georgia thing could easily
suck us in, NATO in, and result in an outright shooting war. Not just
the brush war that's going on now... a REAL war.

And if Russia is NOT stopped, and stopped hard, it will soon be the
USSR again... on steroids, with lots of oil money.

It's been demonstrated that in straight up conventional war, our
conventional forces will shred Russian tanks and decimate supporting
troops. But we're all strung out, and depleted, from our neocon
disasters in Iraq and Afghan. We have dissipated ourselves... so we
are likely impotent spectators in this. And if Dubya, the benighted
sod, does try to 'do something', it will almost certainly be too
little, too late.

This is precisely the opportunity Russia has been carefully
engineering for years. And now, payback is going to be a bitch.



"Where liberty dwells, there is my country."
-- Benjamin Franklin (letter to Benjamin Vaughn, 14 March 1783)
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