Obama To Let Russia Have All 10 Spys Back In Exchange For 10 Spys Of Ours

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  1. USArmyRetired
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    Moscow wants them back quickly and it might happen early as today. Even the good lookin red head won't be charged. Obama agreed to do it so it won't make a rift in diplomatic ties to Russia. Hey, after all, it is one communist U.S.president, which I call a usurper, doing another communist president a favor. What get's me is did they have enough time to interrogate these people to get information for what they have been doing all these years in 2 weeks time? Seems to me it's pretty premature to be letting these people go so quickly. Again here we have a marxist president who sides with our former enemy who has sent people to infiltrate us and spy on us.

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    Russia offers 'spy swap' to U.S. - with deal to take place via Britain | Mail Online

    A Cold War-style spy swap for the alleged Russian agents is being hammered out.
    All ten Russians held by the U.S. - including 'femme fatale' Anna Chapman - will reportedly be exchanged for ten prisoners being held in Russian jails who have spied for the West.
    The swap could begin as early as today, with Britain playing a pivotal role.

    It is reportedly being hurried through to minimise the diplomatic fall-out between Washington and Moscow - and it means the U.S. will avoid sensitive intelligence techniques being made public in court.
    The Kremlin will also be keen to sidestep the embarrassment of Chapman and others giving testimony on their espionage.
     
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    So basically you just look for stories to post so you can slide in your "Marxist" crap. Good grief.
     
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    ....And, it didn't even make the Headlines.....

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    So basically, you're mad at a compromise made when we did what they did, also, and thus an obvious mea culpa. Or should our spies remain imprisoned in Russia?
     
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    Wow....did you make that up all by yourself? Or did Hannity help you?
     
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    Why does anyone see this as a bad thing? Do we NOT want our spies back?
     
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    If I was the US I'd keep the hot spy chick. Did anyone see that girl?

    Hooooooly shit!!! *drools*
     
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    Seems like a fair exchange. What's the problem?
     
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    Yars and Yars and Yars.
     
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    What's the problem you say? The problem is that the United States should never let a country dictate terms to us, especially Russia. It's a sign of weakness. It's just like Bush said, we should never negotiate with terrorists. Obama is showing signs of a appeaser like Neville Chamberlain.
     

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