President Stompys’ Official Response To Vladimir Putin – A Strongly Worded Letter…

For those not paying too close attention.   

Obama ConfusedDay #1 - A limp-wristed commentary from the White House;  Stompy then went directly to a DNC fundraiser to kick off “Happy Hour” - Russia moves troops into Crimea, secures airport, takes Ukraine parliamentary building and sends in dozens of helicopters and fighter jets.

Day #2 – Obama skips National Security briefing, Samantha Power delivers U.S. comments at emergency U.N. Security Council Meeting, Susan Rice gives Stompy the cliff notes. – Russia’s Parliament votes to allow full military engagement and moves approximately 50,000 troops into Ukraine.

And now comes the proverbial strongly worded White House letter where Stompy outlines that Putin has broken the rules:

WHITE HOUSE - President Obama spoke for 90 minutes this afternoon with President Putin of Russia about the situation in Ukraine. President Obama expressed his deep concern over Russia’s clear violation of Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity, which is a breach of international law, including Russia’s obligations under the UN Charter, and of its 1997 military basing agreement with Ukraine, and which is inconsistent with the 1994 Budapest Memorandum and the Helsinki Final Act. The United States condemns Russia’s military intervention into Ukrainian territory.

The United States calls on Russia to de-escalate tensions by withdrawing its forces back to bases in Crimea and to refrain from any interference elsewhere in Ukraine. We have consistently said that we recognize Russia’s deep historic and cultural ties to Ukraine and the need to protect the rights of ethnic Russian and minority populations within Ukraine. The Ukrainian government has made clear its commitment to protect the rights of all Ukrainians and to abide by Ukraine’s international commitments, and we will continue to urge them to do so.

President Obama told President Putin that, if Russia has concerns about the treatment of ethnic Russian and minority populations in Ukraine, the appropriate way to address them is peacefully through direct engagement with the government of Ukraine and through the dispatch of international observers under the auspices of the United Nations Security Council or the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). As a member of both organizations, Russia would be able to participate. President Obama urged an immediate effort to initiate a dialogue between Russia and the Ukrainian government, with international facilitation, as appropriate. The United States is prepared to participate.

President Obama made clear that Russia’s continued violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity would negatively impact Russia’s standing in the international community. In the coming hours and days, the United States will urgently consult with allies and partners in the UN Security Council, the North Atlantic Council, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, and with the signatories of the Budapest Memorandum. The United States will suspend upcoming participation in preparatory meetings for the G-8. Going forward, Russia’s continued violation of international law will lead to greater political and economic isolation.

The people of Ukraine have the right to determine their own future. President Obama has directed his Administration to continue working urgently with international partners to provide support for the Ukrainian government, including urgent technical and financial assistance. Going forward, we will continue consulting closely with allies and partners, the Ukrainian government and the International Monetary Fund, to provide the new government with significant assistance to secure financial stability, to support needed reforms, to allow Ukraine to conduct successful elections, and to support Ukraine as it pursues a democratic future.   (So there – nah, nah, nah, nah-nah)


Susan Rice?   Samantha Power?  Denis McDonough?  FLASHBACK FEBRUARY 2011 -  [...]  As with most things involving Obama…. reality belies expectations.  Obama does not have the best and brightest advising him… instead, Obama has chosen to surround himself with a staff of over zealous loyalists who are lite on experience but full of ideology… gee that sounds familiar.

If experience, as the expression goes, is the best teacher, then Obama’s inner group have yet to matriculate - for they’re still sitting inside the Registrar’s office at the U of Experience.

With little to no experience guiding them, everything becomes a first-impression type situation to Obama’s inner crew.  To the point, Henry Kissinger reportedly, refers to Obama’s group of advisers as, “kids.”  That sure is a comforting thought.

I bet Kissinger openly cringes when he has occasion to visit the Obama White House.  Probably the last time Kissinger cringed while inside the White House was during the Carter foray; a foray of exacting ineptitude.  Exacting ineptitude is the shared nexus between the Carter and Obama administrations.  That’s a post-election observation the majority of Americans are fast making.   (link)

And while all of this is going on – watch what the other guy is doing ?


…”Lucky Day,…. Lucky Day” !!


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74 Responses to President Stompys’ Official Response To Vladimir Putin – A Strongly Worded Letter…

  1. doodahdaze says:

    Dear Vlad,
    Sorry about all the bad press. I know it is not your fault. If you would be kind enough to accept my surrender with no conditions I will sign up now, Only if you allow me to be President of your US team.
    Best regards,

  2. labrat says:

    They laughed when the adult called Russia a threat, so now the kids have to handle it.

    • ytz4mee says:

      Well, one of the very first things teh Won did upon arriving at 1600 was to screw over the Poles, yanking their promised missile defense systems. So, it’s not like the Poles can really do much to intervene and help stabilise the situation, even though they are the ones who are going to have to mop up the fallout and absorb the inevitable exodus.

      • John Galt says:

        vs Benghazi: weak
        vs Syria: weak
        vs Iran: weak

        5th graders will soon be lining up to take Zero’s lunch money.

  3. doodahdaze says:

    Obama response video. Just keep gas in my plane and free green fee’s.

  4. boudicabpi says:

    Reblogged this on BPI reblog and commented:
    President Stompys’ Official Response To Vladimir Putin – A Strongly Worded Letter…

  5. nyetneetot says:

    Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, warned that Putin would not take Obama’s “vague threats” seriously and urged the administration to consider suspending Russian membership in the World Trade Organization and the United Nations Security Council.

    “The United States should stand with Ukraine,” Cruz said.

    Could we consider suspending the World Trade Organization and the United Nations Security Council?

    • doodahdaze says:

      Eliminating them.

    • My guess would be yes if Ted Cruz suggested it. You have a heavyweight intellectual in Cruz, not a mindless nimrod like the current resident to the WH.

    • ytz4mee says:

      Well, neither of those are unilateral actions, but the US could lobby for their suspension.
      Which Putin will immediately then exploit internally for his own domestic creds.

      • nyetneetot says:

        ytz4mee; I keep taking a peek at Oleg Tsarov’s (People’s Deputy of Ukraine) Twitter and Facebook posts. It looks like something is happening in the last few hours…
        In the near Novomoskovsk, Dnepropetrovsk region in Sports, before the CPT airmobile Brigade of the 82nd Airborne’s twenty-fifth go real fighting. Citizens of Dnepropetrovsk, along with my assistant, Piquet in order to block the extension of the war on Crimea. At full speed the truck with the military tried to drive straight through people. Dressed in civilian clothes and paratroopers in the guise of supposedly the right sector tried to attack our supporters. The guys at us strong so the paratroopers attack was repulsed. One of them was detained. It was the form of the commandos under the clothes. The atmosphere is hot. Shot.
        In the territory. The military now is officers ‘ Assembly. Officers do not want to perform criminal order.
        Got on the phone with them to the Kiev leadership. I tried to tell the tale of what they supposedly such maneuvers.
        Now trying to call Chief Oleg Mikhailovich Micas garnizana, tell him that he has not committed a crime, not sent to fight the war against its own population. The military sent to fight with our Crimean Eagles, who keeps crossing the Sivash. Ukrainian military sent shoot. This provocation could develop into an international conflict. I am sure that the behavior of each officer will be dismantled. If people die, guilty of that on the territory of Ukraine, that the territory of Ukraine does not escape.
        While detained, one Ural another five passed on another route. Paratroopers armed and are moving in the direction of the Crimea. (Translated by Bing)

        • nyetneetot says:

          In an earlier post he concludes with;

          Now they say that a revolution in Ukraine. But if you recall the story, the same year of 1917, it becomes clear that the real revolution takes place some time after the putsch came to power. Repression and the red terror began after about half a year after the October revolution. And we must do everything to ensure that this did not happen in Ukraine. (Translated by Bing)

        • ytz4mee says:


          With the deepest respect, I unfortunately, have been up close and personal, including cleaning the dirty laundry, of a wide variety of politicians, in several different countries, over the past 40 + years. So when you read the tweet from a Ukrainian politican, understand….. you’re reading the twitter stream of a politician.

          This one, from 2010, ironically centers around the dispute of the agreement to allow the Russian fleet to remain until 2042.

          Ukrainian politicans are a whole different species of cat. Their former Speaker has actually written a guide book on how to defend yourself with all “weapons” available at your disposal when one of their inevitable riots breaks out in their Rada. Several have gone on record as saying that the fisticuffs are evidence that the Ukraine operates as a “democracy” while the Russians do not…… a strange viewpoint, from my perch, certainly.

          So file that away under your hat when ever you are reading a politician’s twitter feed… no matter who they are or what country they are representing.

          • nyetneetot says:

            No, no. I was looking for your opinion. I didn’t know what to make of it. My wife is a bit bias at times.

    • John Galt says:

      Sanctions won’t work. Putin shuts off gas, EU taps out. Deja vu all over again.

  6. rovatek says:

    Hey Stompy, remember all those letters Republicans sent you complaining you were breaking the rules… Yeah it’s like that.

  7. doodahdaze says:

    Just as you think it could not get worse. Stompy calls on Vlad to withdraw all the way back to just Crimes. HAHAHAHA! This is Plus Ultra!

  8. doodahdaze says:

    Dear Vlad,
    Please hurry up. Before the newz comes back on Monday.

  9. John Galt says:

    “The people of Ukraine have the right to determine their own future. ”

    Cue Nuland’s recorded call, Zero administration amateurish attempted meddling with the prospective government of the Ukraine.

    • doodahdaze says:

      The Zero Administration must borrow 1/2 of all the money it spends every month. We are in a boat with Ten Holes and One Cork. 1/2 of all money spent paying off must be borrowed every month. Let that sink in.

  10. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    Whoa. This says that Putin sent 50,000 Russian troops into the Crimea, but that last estimates I had read said 2,000, and then 6,000. When did the figure 50,000 come out?

  11. AdukeLAXobserver says:

    First it was Benghazi now it is this. When there is a global crisis Obama is the afk president.

  12. Mr. Izz says:

    “Russia is our number one geopolitical foe.” I think someone recently said that. And he was bashed for those comments. I voted for him, but that’s because I didn’t fall for the continuous lies the Democrats and media were happily ramming down the average consumer’s throat. Anyone notice how Romney has been right about a lot of things?

    Russia wants Crimea, badly. They will get a port (which Russia doesn’t have), another air strip, and heck, a bit more power and control over a region that they weren’t happy about losing in the first place. I doubt the U.S. is going to do anything about it. In Obama’s letter, it sounds like he just gifted Crimea to Putin anyway.

    U.S: “Russia, you violated international law.”
    Russia: “So?”

    U.N./U.S.: “North Korea, you have committed crimes against humanity.”
    North Korea: “So?”

    This kind of “conversation” could be replayed in connection to several different countries that are doing horrible things. Lots of words out there. Frankly, I don’t expect anything to happen in response. I guess I’ll just watch the news, hear the rhetoric, and be prepared to see Russia take over parts of Ukraine by force.

  13. Lou says:

    I’ll take the Libertarian approach and say we don’t get involved with other countries affairs.

    • allhail2 says:

      Thank you. We are not the world’s police department

      • taqiyyologist says:

        If we had the power, ignoring the slaughter of people who wish to be free would be a grave sin. We’re not Hobbits. Free people are free people, and our people.

        Not sure if we have the power. Pretty sure we don’t have the resolve. We stopped Hitler. We didn’t stop Mao. We didn’t stop Pol Pot.

        “First they came for…”

      • sundance says:

        Are you willing to give up the worlds trade currency ?

        • ytz4mee says:

          That’s about to become de facto, if not de jure, very soon. We no longer have the military to back it up, and we definitely have lost the political clout. When the BRICs start having sidebar convos without notifying teh Won, and he inadvertently walks in on them … that tells you all you need to know. :-(

          Plan accordingly.

    • taqiyyologist says:

      What if the Government of Mexico started slaughtering all the Mestizos?

      Hey, their problem, right? If they wanna kill their Mestizos, that’s them, and who are we to judge? It’s all Good™!

      • jello333 says:

        Don’t give them any ideas. :( And this is different, but still… one of the things I still can’t forgive Bill Clinton for is standing by and doing virtually nothing when the machetes came out in Rwanda.

    • sundance says:

      I don’t think we should be sticking our noses in other countries internal affairs either.

      However, when the principle of individual freedom and/or liberty is at stake, and free people are facing suppression, or worse, destruction/death, yes – we need to join them in assistance however we can.

      [Don't forget the assistance the French gave our colonial army and militia in the war for our own freedom and independence]

      We should not nation build – but we should be willing to support and/or defend liberty and freedom when it rises in any nation and begs for help.

      The engaged approach does not destabilize the world – it stops destabilization. The problem we have with current administration is they don’t define their assistance by freedom principles – they define engagement by political leaning.

  14. dekare says:

    America is no longer th biggest kid on the block. It’s like an average kid telling the big bully to stop picking on the little kids or else….and the response is “or else what”. And all obama can continue to say it stop it or else.

    America is no longer the powerhouse it once was. It is no longer respected by anyone that matters. Reagan had it right. “PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH”. This method is tried and true. Sadly, president stompy feet is going for the chamberlain approach…”peace through appeasement”. We all know how one works.

    obama has gotten to the point he actually believes his own rhetoric. The idiots of the world believed that once obama was elected, the world would love America and respect us. That the world would embrace obama as “Teh One”, and follow his lead and do what he said. Sadly, only the idiots of America who voted for obama think this is true. The rest of the world knows obama as the fool. He has no respect and as far as the other leaders of the world are concerned, obama is an empty chair and can go piss up a rope. They know they don’t have to do a damn thing he says.

    What scares me the most, is obama, after having been horribly emasculated by putin on the syria issue, may try to pull out his dick and show putin it is bigger, and take America into a war that would have horrible consequences…all in the name of obama trying to make himself look like a man. obama doesn’t give one rat’s ass if he sends in our already tired troops to get killed. I am fearful that obama is either inept or part of the plan to destroy my country.

    • doodahdaze says:

      Yougottabekiddingme. We have a military that can wipe out every nation on earth in 3 hours. He is death from within.

      • dekare says:

        I do agree that we have a terrific military. But just like every other war, we will not fight to win. The politicians will fight a protracted war, with ROE’s that will get our guys killed. In the end, no resolution or purpose will be met, and we will simply have dead soldiers and wasted treaure. What it will take to win a war will not be used by obama. And IMHO, russia is NOT afghanistan or iraq…they may not be the russia of yesteryear, but they are still tough sons of bitches, and eager to knock America down a peg or two. And with obama at the helm, have a darn good chance of doing just that.

        My point was, obama will not send our troops in to win a war, but to do all the wrong things. Build hearts and minds, build schools, dig sewers for the russians to piss in, etc. And if you think obama gives a shit about returning coffins, you are not thinking it properly.

        We have our own issues here at home, and not enough money or man power to do what America needs. I feel the isolation approach may be best for a time. But what do I know.

  15. ytz4mee says:

    “Going forward, we will continue consulting closely with allies and partners, the Ukrainian government and the International Monetary Fund”

    Of course teh Won wants it made clear that the IMF has the front seat in the diplomacy bus. Soros wouldn’t have it any other way.

  16. Be Ge says:

    The one good thing about the situation is that plenty of members of the Russkie elites are very much unlike the hero of Pekhtingate:

    All of them have sizable, and, for that matter, seizable assets in the West. Heck, Kaiser Waldemar’s own daughters do not live in Russia. The final blow to the Yanukovich Ukrainian regime was given through the US/EU/Canada/Switzerland sanctions. Putin is not Stalin, and his henchmen are not the likes of Molotov, Mikoyan, Kaganovich and Beria — I’d love to see him survive that one…

  17. sundance says:
    • jello333 says:

      Putin is one scary dude. And Obama?… well we can almost be assured that he’ll handle this wrong. He’ll either give the green light to Putin to do anything he wants in the region, or he’ll manage to start an all-out shooting war. McCain? Romney? Anyone else who could be in there now?…. not sure I’d trust any of them, but I am SURE I don’t trust O.

      • sundance says:

        Oh I don’t think we should be *in there* either. However, I would prefer it if Putin viewed us as the willing Angels On The Shoulders of a free people.

        • allhail2 says:

          I can support the Angels in waiting, Reagan was the master at that. Putin knows anti-Midas won’t do a damn thing. It almost looks like Syria was a dry run for Putin. Also, Putin knows Kerry, Powers, VJ, etc want unfettered tyrannical power and they will only put on a dog and pony show in their “attempt” to do anything about this.

          If (when) the shtf here, and we are finally pushed to the wall and the only option left is to physically fight back to regain our freedoms, who is going to come to our aid? When chunks of our military support those who want to be free, Obozo type pres will have his brown shirts and who, NATO? Who will other world leaders view as the “good guys?”

    • ytz4mee says:


      Classic negotiating “strategery” 101 – of which the Russians – and in particular, Putin are masters. Demand/take far more than you want, then when the other side erupts into outrage and “pushes” you back, you retreat to the position you wanted in the first place, while the other side feels they “won” or “gained ground” and is allowed to save face.

      I’ll continue to watch and wait, and not pounce.

      Of course, this is predicated on the assumption that the UN or other body will force Putin to engage. If not – then he gets to keep all the marbles, and maintain control of his real strategic interests. Win/Win for Putin, either way you slice it, a lose for Obama – since it won’t be 1600 that will be making the demands for pushback/retreat.

      Notice Killary has been silent and isn’t trying to grab the microphone from anyone?

      • John Galt says:

        Zero instigated w/o anticipation of or preparation for Putin’s predictable response. If Russia scores by annexing Crimea, chalk up the assist to Zero.

      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        Killary knows better than to get herself involved in this mess, but as much as I detest her, I believe she would have been better at this than Obama.

    • John Galt says:

      I can see Palin’s house.

  18. texan59 says:

    Our country is run by a guy who thinks he’s a tough guy because he can get out of a sand trap. Against a guy who probably knows over 300 ways to exterminate someone and make it look like they did it themselves. Wonder what the line is in Vegas? :evil:

  19. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    I can just imagine Putin’s laughter when he got off the phone with Obama.

    • ytz4mee says:

      This is the photo from the WH flickr album that his “image meisters” saw fit to release about the “90 minute scolding phone call” he had with Putin:

      If there was any lingering doubt before as to how screwed we really are, this photo just removed any of it.

      Time for Pooty-Poo to release a virile, shirt-less, watch-me-kill-something-dangerous psyops photo in 3, 2, 1 ….

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