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I suggest that you read a few history books to comprehend why Roosevelt considered it critical that Stalin tie up 3,370,000 Nazi troops on the Eastern Front.
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Well obviously its because FDR and Stalin were secret BFF's. They propably visited each other every weekend and shared wodka tonics and cigars.
Typical childish Leftist false dilema, either FDR was best friends with Stalin or he abandoned him to the Nazis. It is a shoddy rhetorical tactic to avoid discussing FDR'S embrace of Stalin which of course undermines the braying about Trump being a puppet of Putin.

Still the comment unwittingly shows some progress in that it recognizes the US can work together with the Soviets to respond to the greate threat just as Trump envisions possibly working with the Russians to destroy ISIS. Lost in the arrogant instruction to read history and crude attempt at sarcasm is the tacit admission that the criticism of Trump for suggesting we might be able to work more closely with Russia is also a criticism of FDR for doing the same with Stalin.

As I pointed out FDR sent lend lease war fighting materials to Stalin in defiance of US neutrality. FDR had a fond pet name for Stalin "Uncle Joe" . Naturally the NYT did their part with reporter Walter Duranty publishing numerous articles filled with praise for the Soviet paradise while ignoring the brutality of Stalin's famine in the Ukraine. Clearly FDR and the Left held Stalin in high regard. But that doesnít enter into the blind condemnation of Trump for suggesting we negotiate with the Russians.
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Typical childish Leftist false dilema...
It is spelled dilemma.

You really should look into in a spell-checker. They're free.

I've posted this for you at least three times. You just can't read apparently.

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I'm an Independent patriot who aligns with no political party.

This country and her people always come first, truth to power.

I don't subscribe to any of Trump's populist-blowhard-baloney, and I've also seen Putin's bloody handiwork up close in eastern Ukraine.

By the same token, I'd be kicking Hillary's fat-crooked-arse if she had captured the White House.
Only a moron would believe that only folks on the left despise Trump. He lost the popular vote by 3+ million voters. He is also the most unpopular president-elect in memory.
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It is spelled dilemma.

You really should look into in a spell-checker. They're free.

I've posted this for you at least three times. You just can't read apparently.



Only a moron would believe that only folks on the left despise Trump. He lost the popular vote by 3+ million voters. He is also the most unpopular president-elect in memory.
You really should adopt the integrity to not editing my comments to produce strawmen you pompously denounce. Your political alignment or lack of one is not the issue here nor are your personal dislike of Trump nor your claims of experience living in the Ukraine. The issue is the hypocrisy of Democrats criticizing Trump for suggesting we might be able to establish a better working relationship with Russia while lionizing FDR for doing the same or more with Stalin.

Of course the paragraphs in my comment you deleted contain verifiable facts supporting my assertions which explains why you deleted them. It is a moronic attempt to disguise the bankruptcy of your claims.

Perhaps you could turn your superior reading and spelling skills to attaining an understanding of the method we use to select the POTUS instead of throwing a never ending childish tantrum over Trumpís victory. Oh, the same pollsters that predicted an easy Hillary victory now deem Trump the least popular President upon taking office. Of course all that matters to you is that they confirm your prejudices.
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Of course all that matters to you is that they confirm your prejudices.
Via his attacks on the US IC, and the creation of his Goldman Sachs cabinet and his bromance with Putin, Trump worked himself right out of my favor before he even gave his crappy inauguration speech.

I'm gonna be here every day beating on this PoS.
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Via his attacks on the US IC, and the creation of his Goldman Sachs cabinet and his bromance with Putin, Trump worked himself right out of my favor before he even gave his crappy inauguration speech.

I'm gonna be here every day beating on this PoS.
No, your going to continue to be an example of ignorance and blind hatred.
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No, your going to continue to be an example of ignorance and blind hatred.
No, I'm going to expose Trump. Every day in every way
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No, I'm going to expose Trump. Every day in every way
Thanks for proving my point. The only thing you have exposed is your hate and ignorance.
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