Russia's deputy PM calls Obama a 'prankster' as he LAUGHS at sanctions on Twitter

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin was one of 11 Russian and Ukranian officials hit with U.S. sanctions today
Rogozin responded to the sanctions on Twitter, saying he doesn't even have bank accounts or property abroad
Those on the list will have American assets frozen and will be banned from doing business with U.S. banks
They also won't be allowed to travel into the United States
The sanctions were designed to dissuade Russia from annexing Crimea, a region in the Ukraine

John Kerry to the rescue!

Thank God John Kerry is on our side!

The one-time skipper of a swift boat is showing us what a great leader he and the President are by striking fear into the hearts of the Russian despots.

Today they have drawn a line in the sand. From that line... you... shall.... NOT.... PASS!

That's right folks. The administration has issued it's ultimatum to the Russian government. Reverse course.... or else.

The following commentary comes from just one of many articles popping up all over Russia and the world especially after Obama drew the “red line,” then another and then another! The following words are from Xavier Lerma:

Even though the US thinks they are in charge of humanity the reality is they are not. In their imaginary world the toothless media supports their spit ball shooting president. They actually think their words are supreme and final. Kerry and McCain keep dancing in a parade trying to influence a congress which is neither conservative nor moral but nevertheless war weary. The once drug addict now US leader cannot fight against Vladimir Putin who brought Russia from poverty in the 90′s to a more stable economy today.

Orly Taitz: the Alexander Solzhenitsyn in this Constitutional crisis!

I will respond to Judge Land’s outrageous attack and threat of sanctions. This is very similar to what I have seen in the communist dictatorship in the Soviet Union.
- Notice. Important
September 20th, 2009

Reviving the cold war

Condi Rice signed an agreement today to station missiles in Poland. Supposedly aimed at Iran, the installation of these missiles just a few miles from the Russian border serves mainly to enrage the Russians, who see it as part of a grander scheme to encircle Russia.

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