Obama to send U.S. Troops to Moscow to March in Parade Celebrating Stalins Red Army.

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For the first time ever a United Stated President is sending U.S. Soldiers to march in a Parade in Red Square May 9th celebrating Communist Joseph Stalin and his Red Army’s victory in reaching Berlin 65 years ago. I don’t like this idea one bit even though Russia is not Communist anymore because of Ronald Reagans tough stance against the USSR which led to their downfall. Also Stalins image will be plastered all over Moscow for the Victory Celebrations for our troops to march by. This is bad politics and demoralizing for our troops.

Stalin to be celebrated as a war hero for 65th anniversary of Nazi defeat - Times Online

U.S., British Soldiers Will Mark Hitler?s Defeat in Red Square - BusinessWeek

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Wow. Will our soldiers be carrying signs that say "hooray for murder by starvation" as well?
 

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I am sure it is a March Fools joke....no pun intended.....

yeah...it was.....intended, that is.
 

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If this is true. Then it's just more evidence that Obama's decision making prowess is now completely null and void!
 

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Good lord what has become of common sense and historical perspective?

I had a student back in the day who railed against the communist threat to the world. The young man was very well read, and certainly had a wealth of knowledge about various communist/socialist organizations across the globe - but I dismissed it as unreasoned youthful exitement over the prospect of discovering some far-reaching conspiracy.

I read stuff like this post and think, hmmmmmm, maybe that kid was on to something...:eusa_eh:
 

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stalin is still very popular in russia.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DG9rbkSNYAQ]YouTube - Stalin still a hero in Russia - 13 Dec 08[/ame]
 

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Ummmmm....


The Cold War is OVER......Russia is an Ally now
 

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Ummmmm....


The Cold War is OVER......Russia is an Ally now

Great...so how about you and I go down south and celebrate the legacy od one of the largest slave owners who had the largest and most successful plantation in history.

Afterall, what does it matter now. Slavery is illegal!
 

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The Cold War is OVER......Russia is an Ally now
I wouldn't call them an ally...but they certainly were our Allies during WW2. Which was good, IMO, Hitler needed defeating, he was always a bigger threat to the USA than Stalin was...I also wonder if the decision to put his posters up in Moscow was made after the other three allies (England, France, and the US) decided to celebrate Hitler's defeat.

I fully expect these USMB rightwingnuts to be over there protesting the defeat of Nazi Germany.
 

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