Saturday, February 10, 2007

Putin says US wants to dominate world, US surprised

We don't want to dominate the entire world, just control it.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, in one of his harshest attacks on the United States in seven years in power, accused Washington on Saturday of attempting to force its will on the world.

This is ten times worse than that one speech in which he referred to us as cockie-doodie heads.

The White House said it was "surprised and disappointed" by Putin's accusations but added Washington expected to continue to work with Moscow in areas such as counterterrorism and reducing the spread and threat of weapons of mass destruction.

Well, everybody has bad days. Most mornings I wake up and look at my girlfriend and smile because I love her. Other mornings I think she is trying to suck my soul out through every pore in body. And it's not like I can't understand why so many people don't like the US. We're always up in everybody's business. No one likes a know-it-all.

In a speech in Germany, which one U.S. senator said smacked of Cold War rhetoric, Putin accused the United States of making the world a more dangerous place by pursuing policies aimed at making it "one single master".

Attention Americans, Putin knows too much. Initiate phase two.


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