EDITORIAL: Obama, Defeated!


Obama, Defeated!

It will be difficult to explain to ignorant, backwards Russians what occurred in the United States on election day this year, last Tuesday.  Russians, you see, lack any vague semblance of a real parliament, much less a lower house that is far, far more powerful than the president, much less a real opposition party that opposes the president and has previously held power. All these concepts are anathema to Russians, like a struck match to a barbaric cave man.

But that’s what America has, because of the world’s oldest, most stable constitutional government, and why America lacks any history of a Stalin or Putin brutally eradicating basic human rights — and lacks, too, Russia’s sorry  history of repeated national collapse amid violence, chaos and despair.

And on Tuesday, American voters spoke loud and clear.  They delivered a stinging rebuke of the misguided polices of the Barack Obama at the ballot box, giving his rival Republican Party 50% more seats than they needed to seize control of the House of Representatives, the only source of spending legislation, and handing them Barack Obama’s own former Senate seat in Illinois as well.  For only the third time in modern U.S. history, a first-term president’s own party was driven out of the House in shame and defeat.  Although Republicans did not seize control of the US Senate outright, they won back a shocking number of Democrat seats and, with their support from conservative Democrats in that body, have a formidable hold on that body as well.

The new speaker of the House, arguably the most powerful human being on this planet, will be Republican John Boehner.  Republicans have a massive mandate to roll back the crazed policies of the Obama regime, which of course include shameful, craven capitulation to the Putin regime.  All Obama can do now is veto and bide his time until he, too, is driven from office in shame.

Game on, Mr. Putin.

The Republicans will not be interested in admitting Russia to the WTO, they have sponsored measures to sanction Russia for its gross human rights violations, appalled by the case of Sergei Magnitsky.  The Republicans will not want to ratify the one-sided Obama nuclear arms treaty, which offers the US no benefits while letting Russia run wild, just so that Obama could create the illusion of a foreign-policy victory.

The Republicans have been instructed by the voters to roll back all of the failed policies of the Obama administration, and this includes the Obama “reset” of relations.  Republican John McCain, Obama’s rival in the last election who demanded Russia’s ouster from the G-8 and staunchly supported Georgia, was reelected to his Senate seat with a landslide majority. American voters never authorized Obama to engage in any “reset” with Russia, and the pathetic, offensive effort was a disaster from the very start — when Obama’s Secretary of State presented the Russian Foreign Minister with a “reset” button that did not use the correct Russian language term.

The Republicans, in short, of the party of Ronald Reagan, the man who called Russia an “evil empire” and who brought the USSR to its knees.  They will stand up for American values in Russia, demanding the the Obama administration do the same or take the consequences and be driven from office two years from now.

For two years now we have been excoriating the Obama policies towards Russia, and we could not now be better pleased.  The Obama government deserves this shame and humiliation before the world for the betrayal of American values and those who fight for them in Russia.  We heartily congratulate the Republicans on their victory and urge them to move forward with all due speed to properly “reset” relations with th Putin dictatorship.

37 responses to “EDITORIAL: Obama, Defeated!

  1. Obama had a “reset” button between the US and Russia.

    Looks like Obama has now gone through a “reset” button of his own.

    He is on a mission from lenin – and the American people have had enough,.

  2. When millions of Americans go to bed sick with worry this is what happens.

  3. Nice year – at last the Republicans begin to switch for some smarter voting.
    Long live the Tea Party. The world will be a safer place.


    Sure! It stands to reason that if a the US president capitulates to the Kremlin, Americans must love and adore him. Obama for life!! Just like Putin!!

    • No! No-no-no, we, all the world expect you to vote for Bush #2 (no, #3 actually) at the next elections!

      Bush is the president the country deserves, the president that corresponds best to his electors, and the president which is best for the international security.

      I just wonder would it be Jeb Bush or Neil Bush. Sad GWB only has daughters, could start a real dynasty…

      • Dmitry, Bush was an enourmous spender. Unsuccessfully executed war in the Middle East was one of the reasons he was so unpopular, another reason is his spending. He was a big government conservative and remember, he pushed TARP-first of the series of bail-outs. People voted republicans not because they all of sudden liked them; in fact republicans did not do much to voice and promote their alternative take on health care, fiscal policies, etc. That is why lots of establishment republicans did not make through the re-elections either. As Charles krauthammer put it, republicans were given a second chance, a permission to lease the House. Republicans must listen to the people or their turn will come in two years. I hope nubies will not forget that they are there to represent “we the people”.

        • Rudolph Carrera

          Well-stated, Anna. While GWB did some good things in office, he indeed made some mistakes, especially in domestic matters. That “Compassionate Conservatism” crap is now gone, and it’s time to play hardball with the world again. If I’d vote today for anyone, it would be for John Bolton, our former ambassador to the U.N.

          • Rudolph, what do you think of Chris Christie? I live long ways away from Jersey, but I have been watching the guy. Bolton has strong points on national security. I also am sure he would not let Russia get away with 200 political prisoners statistics. Hard to say what he would be like on domestic issues.

          • “especially in domestic matters…..” ? What about IRAQ you bigot?

  4. Bogdan from Australia

    There is much reason to celebrate.
    However Obama and his communo-fascists are not finished yet.
    Obama is now like a wounded animal; the most dangerous. Although he is a moral degenerate, with fragile narcisstic personality and a coward, nevertheless he is a cunning coward.
    He can and will cause lots of nasty mischief.
    And he can always count on his unknown an yet powerful masters who have ascribed to him the mission of destroying America.
    Those dark forces will stop at nothing to achieve their target.
    After all, the have murdered the entire Polish government and look, how quickly the folks forgot about that most horrendous political crime of the new century.
    The have also sabotaged the oil rig in the Mexican Gulf so it wouldn’t compete with their plans to drill for oil off Cuba.
    And there is no doubt that Obama has sabotaged and is still sabotaging the efforts to uncover the truth.
    When the Hause starts starving the BEAST of funds, he will instigate massive strikes and social disturbations and find the pretext to impose a martial law.
    Appart from this, his monstrous propaganda machine will be working overtime to blame the Republicans and Tea Parties for the economical malaise.
    We’ve seen NOTHING yet…

    • I wish I could argue with what you said. Unfortunately you are making a very good point, Bogdan. Good example of that “wounded animal” reaction was how he pushed his health care disaster after Scott Brown elections.

      • Anna, on spending and deficit, future is actually much more important than the past.

        Here is a US GAO forecast made before the crisis:

  5. Thought you might want to know…..every one of the three president who suffered an electoral upset in the midterm elections was reelected……so don’t get your panties in a bunch :) Statistically speaking, the chance of a dangerously ignorant republican bigot rising to the presidency in two years time and ruining all of Obama’s Russia policies is slim to non-existent.

  6. “Martial law” does not work without strong political support. Forget such an idea. Obama will continue the process of destruction of the democratic party. We do have some compensation our huge debt.

    Voters normally do not vote for the one they like best. They vote for the one they hate least.

    Oh democrats: “Observe the approaching second phase of your doom engineered by the weird one”.

  7. Another service provided to us by Obama is making us aware of the dangers of Islam. Even the liberals are catching on.

  8. Obama is now making a complete ass out of himself on this foreign trip by spending an enormous amount of money that we cannot afford. Again contributing to the destruction of the democratic party. Obama, a completely disgusting fool, is a gift that keeps on giving.

    The tea party types are doing well by knocking off the Rinos. Christine O’Donnell defeated Mike Castle, old guard Republican, in Delaware before losing to a liberal in the general election. This was a worth while tradeoff. The Rino Republicans have got to be dumped because they provide political cover for the liberals. Better a liberal democrat rather than a Rino.

    So far the blame for our huge debt is on the door step of the democrats. Democrats are too stupid to see what is happening.


  9. It would be naive to think that Obama’s “Reset” with Russia had anything to do with last week’s defeat in the midterms. This election was all about jobs, and bizzarely the GOP managed to convince voters that 2 years was enough time for Obama to turn around the disasterous economy he inherited from Bush. Never (mis)underestimate the stupidity of the American electorate.


    It would be naive to think that Americans support making friends with Russia,there is ZERO evidence to support that claim. Hardly likely when Russian nuclear bombers are buzzing our coastline and Russia’s leader routinely spews out anti-American venom.

    Out contention is not that the election showed Americans reacting to Obama’s Russia policy. It is naive, indeed silly, to imply that from out text. The point is that Americans condemned Obama’s policies generally and repudiated them. His “reset” is wrong just like all his other policies are wrong.

    • Shay, it was not bizzare. It was all about being tired of respoinsibility.

      The US nation is tired. It’s much easier to let politicians to continue destroying economy like Bush did with subprime, then start another war and conquer another third world nation.

      Otherwise, fight, spend, fight, not think, save, think. The latter is for Chinese.

      And the former sounds so much easier – and, what voters love, emotional.

      • Actually Dtard, sub-prime was caused by the democrats, when they forced banks to lend to sub-prime buyers during the Clinton years.

  10. I am against Obama’s reset policy as much as any Russophobe, but I still voted Democrat instead of clueless Tea Party (“refutiate”) and the Iraq-invading, Katriona-ignoring Republicans who wrecked the US economy in the first place!

    • It was the democrats that promoted Fannie and Freddy and it was the democrats that prevented Fannie and Freddy from being audited and reviewed. This triggered the economic meltdown.

      When Pelosi was asked about the “health care” bill, she said something like, “The American people can read it after it is passed”!

      And there is still the question if Obama is an “American”?
      {Here is a copy of an e-mail :}

      Subj: “Snopes” truthful? Nope!!

      “In our Search for the truth department, we find what I have suspected on many occasions. I went to Snopes to check this out and they said it was false and there were no such dockets, so I ‘Googled’ the Supreme Court, typed in ‘Obama-Kagan,’ and guess what? Yep, you got it: Snopes lied. Everyone of those dockets are there.

      So here is what I wrote Snopes:
      Referencing the article about Elena Kagan and Barak Obama dockets: The information you have posted stating that there were no such cases as claimed and the examples you gave are blatantly false. I went directly to the Supreme Court’s website, typed in Obama Kagan and immediately came up with all of the dockets that the article made reference to. I have long suspected that you really slant things but this was really shocking.
      Thank You, I hope you will be much more truthful in the future.
      That being said, I’ll bet you didn’t know this:
      Kagan was representing Obama in all the petitions to prove his citizenship. Now she may help rule on them. Folks, this is really ugly.
      Chicago Politics; and the beat goes on and on and on.
      Once again the US Senate sold us out! Well, someone figured out why Obama nominated Elana Kagan for the Supreme Court. Pull up the Supreme Courts website, go to the docket and search for Obama.
      She was the Solicitor General for all the suits against him filed with the Supreme Court to show proof of natural born citizenship. He owed her big time. All of the requests were denied, of course. They were never heard. It just keeps getting deeper and deeper, doesn’t it? The American people mean nothing any longer. It’s all about payback time for those who compromised themselves to elect someone that really has no true right to even be there.

      Here are some websites of the Supreme Court Docket:
      You can look up some of these hearings and guess what? Elana Kagan is the attorney representing Obama!!!
      Check out these examples:







      “…There truly is tyranny afoot.”
      ~ Dennis Staer ~

      The strongest reason for the people to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against the tyranny of government. Thomas Jefferson

  11. Shay:

    If you vote democrat you are personally responsible for the trillion $ deficit. Calling other people names does not excuse your actions.

    • If you voted Republican you are personally responsible for the trillion dollars wasted on the unnecessary war in Iraq and all of the innocents killed there. I believe in stimulous spending to reboot the economy as do the Republican governors, senators, and congressmen who are only too happy to feed from this same trough as none of them have refused stimulous money for their own states. Don’t even get me started on Katriona.

    • Ron, Obama was elected at the height of the crisis, and he had to spend. And he had to continue the wars started by Bush.

      Bush did not have to spend. He was elected in a very prosperious country, with flourishing economy. He quit the office in a state involved in the two hopeless wars, and a state deep into recession.

      He started both wars to stay in power for the second term. Ratings clearly show this:


      The crisis was also a Bush’s guilt: it was under Bush when the housing bubble started to grow in the US:


      That’s why it’s really wrong to blame Democrats – these are your own mistakes.

      • Sorry Dtard, the US was attacked on September 11th, not the other way around.

        The invasion of Afghanistan was UN mandated (even RuSSia voted in favor).

        • The invasion of Afghanistan was useless. As every invasion of Afghanistan was. Only an idiot may think war in Afghanistan made Central Asia region more stable.

          • Moron, the invasion of Afghanistan was primarily intended to disrupt Al Qaida to prevent further attacks on the US, at which it has been remarkably effective.

            NATO & UN forces in Afghanistan have suffered roughly 5% of the losses you useless Russian bastards did during your far more brutal occupation of the country in the 80’s, and comparing the civilian deaths the ratio is similar.

            • Manfred Steifschwanz

              >> Moron, the invasion of Afghanistan was primarily intended to disrupt Al Qaida to prevent further attacks on the US, at which it has been remarkably effective >>

              Sure, this kind of preposterous drivel makes perfect sense to USians anytime. However, less braindead peoples (mind that letter ‘s’ very carefully — it’s 100% appropriate and, yes, deliberate) throughout the world may be inclined to ask for credible sources; essentially in the form of statements NOT intended for “public consumption” backing up your National Socialist Amurrrkan claims of “sweet revenge”.

              Do NOT assume here, babe, that I somehow want to begrudge you of your perceived sense of unity with Corporate Gangsterism — far from it. You, along with all your vile compatriots, would actually be in serious trouble indeed without US imperialism’s lawlessness worldwide, that’s a given. Rather, the significance of this humble little post of mine can be summarised in the following message: A clueless petty bourgeois — Yank or otherwise — has NO SAY in the decision-making of Big Business, however ecstatic the approval.

            • @”NATO & UN forces in Afghanistan have suffered roughly 5% of the losses you useless Russian bastards did”

              Coalition casualties (fighting against islamists): 2,095
              Soviet casualties (fighting against same islamists AND their CIA masters): 14,453

              At least we, Russian Bastards, know 2,095 does not even “roughly equal” to 5% of 14,453. But we still love Georgian mathematics, it’s so cute.

              @”Moron, the invasion of Afghanistan was primarily intended to disrupt Al Qaida to prevent further attacks on the US, at which it has been remarkably effective.” – like, prevented them, finally, after 10 years of this double bloodshed? Terrorism danger levels at the green? In the US? In the UK? Germany? France? Denmark? Spain?

              But I’ve been talking about the region’s security – and the world security in general. I believe both concepts are somewhat beyound your comprehension abilities.

              Only one example:

              According to U.N. sponsored survey, as of 2004, Afghanistan accounted for production of 87 percent of the world’s heroin. Afghan opium kills 100,000 people every year worldwide.

              87 frreaking percent!!! 9 out of 10 heroin doses consumed in the world are produced under NATO patronage, because “you know, it’s the only way locals can earn their living, we can’t disrupt it…”

              You are an idiot, Andrew. And your beloved Bush was too a vile idiot.

              • Hey Dtard, when was the last time Al Qaida carried out an attack in the US?

                By the way, casualties does not just mean dead.

                For the empire of Evil forces in Afganistan, total casualties are as follows:

                14,453 Killed (total)
                9,511 killed in combat
                2,386 died from wounds
                2,556 died from disease and accidents
                53,753 Wounded
                400711 sick.
                311 Missing

                Total 68206 killed or wounded Dtard. With another 400711 sick. Like I said, Russian incompetence.

                Afghan Government: Killed: 18,000

                So anyway US/NATO/Coalition forces KIA/Died of Wounds is 14.4% of what the Soviets suffered, over the same length of time.

                When you count sick and wounded it gets down to western casualties being under 5% of those suffered by you Russian morons.

                Then we have the fact that the Russian barbarians killed around 1,000,000 Afghans from 1979 to 1988……

                • Manfred Steifschwanz

                  >> when was the last time Al Qaida carried out an attack in the US? >>

                  Who knows if they even did carry out any? Be that as it may — what matters is that USians are plain fascist imbeciles, utterly incapable of grasping anything sensible about the world at large. Your blood-soaked Empire is totally bankrupt because of its never-ending wars worldwide. Sooner or later, you will be struck and, hopefully, wiped out forever. It’s the planet’s only chance of survival, mind my words.

                • 1) Terrorism threat:

                  @”when was the last time”

                  Don’t be such an idiot. Check WP and see there were dozens of them times in both the US and the UK, and all across Europe.

                  2) Mathematics

                  USian war: Coalition forces (not including Afghans): killed 2123, wounded: 12,523+. Equals 14646.

                  Soviet war: USSR forces: 14,453 killed, 53,753 wounded. Equals 68206.

                  14,646 is 21.5% of 68,206.

                  Andrew says: roughly 5% of the losses you useless Russian bastards did

                  I say: Cute Georgian mathematics. But you’re an idiot.

                  Andrew says: “400711 sick”, “When you count sick”

                  I say: These 400711 “sick casualties” make 88% of all Soviet servicemen that served in Afghanistan during the whole 10 years war. Claiming Soviet casualties were OVER 88%, you’re an idiot, twice.

                  Andrew says: So anyway US/NATO/Coalition forces KIA/Died of Wounds is 14.4% of what the Soviets suffered

                  I say: Now it’s 14%… Mon petit, WTF do you smoke in sunny Georgia these days? You’re an idiot, three times over.

                  3. Security

                  NATO supports and guards opiate production in Afghanistan. Drugs they help to produce kill 100,000+ every year.

                  Here you go, a Marines veteran article, named “Are America’s Mercenary Armies Really Drug Cartels?”:


                  Once again, USia is lying, hypocrite state that well deserved a liar president Bush was.

        • Manfred Steifschwanz

          >> Sorry Dtard, the US was attacked on September 11th, not the other way around >>

          Frankly, I’m not that much interested in the subject matter of September 11th. Suffice it to say that whoever the perpetrators were, there was immense rejoicing all around the world as the event unfolded. Verdict in short: Serves the USians right. This is my humble opinion as well. Yankistan is a global parasite which thrives on non-stop imperialist loot and brigandage. Yanks are aware of this and will duly support war anywhere anytime on whatever imbecilic pretext with or without any UN rubber stamp of approval, period.

          • 9/11 helped Bush to be reelected. That’s what the ratings say.

            9/11 gave him the pretence to start two useless wars. Both were very negative for security, both of the region, and of world in general.

            9/11 was a great pretence to capture Iraqi oil for his friends.

            To turn Afghanistan into a huge NATO-controlled heroine factory (87% of world production in 2004, only 3 years after conquering the country).

            To spend the US money at home the way he wanted, and give as much to his military contractor friends, as they wanted.

            To finally sell out his country to China and Japan.

            To create a world economic crisis by letting the construction market bubble grow as huge as it did.

            Best president of the US the world has seen. Plus, Bush simply a moron, and all of the above was actually done by his advisers and administration, which he could not even control.


            • Manfred Steifschwanz

              Well, at least there were roughly 3000 Yanks killed in the very territory (west of the Atlantic) that they’re squatting — makes me feel quite all right. If, as some allege, the USian National Socialist government itself was complicit, then September 11th amounts to the finest act of poetic justice Amurrrkans have ever seen. But this is a sub-topic that I find of little importance.

  12. Dmitry:

    Almost everything you say is untrue.

    • Untrue? Ron, what I say is:

      1) Obama was elected at the height of the deepest crisis in modern US history and had to spend to raise economy,
      2) Bush was elected in a country with flourishing economy,
      3) Bush could not win reelection in no other way than by starting war in Afghanistan AND war in Iraq.
      4) The crisis was caused by a great bubble on the US construction market (among other reasons). This bubble has grown during Bush presidency, and was a direct result of the economic policy of Bush.

      If you beleive any of these points needs to be proved, I’m ready to give you any sources you want.

      Say, for the last one, read the following article from The Nation, August’ 2004, explaining why administration fails to properly control the overheated construction market.


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