Puppet president promises no fear of new Cold War

Russian puppet President Dimitri Medvedev announced the formation of two new counties inside the independent province of Georgia and said, “We are not afraid of anything, including the prospect of a Cold War.” Puppet Master Vladimir Putin’s lips could barely be detected moving as Medvedev spoke.

All the picture frames in the world won’t hold a new map that includes South Ossetia and Abkhazia, which Russia has attempted to recognize by creating them out of thin air following their invasion of Georgia and a delayed retreat.

Russia is certainly using the timing of the political shift in the US to test the mettle of both the outgoing President Bush, as well as both newcomers aspiring to the White House, John McCain and Barry Obama. While we may not be overjoyed with McCain, or even like him much, we here at WonderfulPessimist.com have to admit we’d rather have McCain dealing with Medvedev than Barry, who couldn’t even vanquish the Clintons from his own nominating convention.

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