Condoleezza Rice finally shows up for work. Her position as Secretary of State gives her the opportunity to be ridiculous for everybody on the planet with a tv or computer:

This is not 1968 and the invasion of Czechoslovakia where Russia can threaten its neighbors, occupy a capital, overthrow a government, and get away with it. Things have changed.”

Yeah, she gets paid to come up with stuff like that.  Jon Stewart takes it from here–

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2 thoughts on “Daily Show Calls Out Nonsense on Georgia-Russia Conflict

  1. Well, leaving aside the ironic comparison to some country near Iran that’s not Iran (I forget what the name is, or which one for that matter), I do agree with Condoleezza Rice in that it’s definitely not 1968 and the invasion of Czechoslovakia. As to the rest, well I’m going to send my mother as my ambassador. She’s 71 and walks with a stick, so it might take some time for her to get to Moscow. But at least she’ll be able to wave a big stick at them (before falling over). After that, we’ll just have to hope that the UK’s National Health Service payments to foreign hospitals covers her medical stay in Russia. If not, then at least that’ll give me a pretext to invade the sovereign Russian Federation with my sisters, their boyfriends and the odd cat or dog I can recruit along the way.

  2. See how negative I am. I actually whole-heartedly agree that it is not 1968, too.

    Thanks for volunteering your mom. She’ll be infinitely more brilliant than the cabal of clowns (scary clowns) running the show now.

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