Wednesday, February 5, 2014

I Don't Care What You Call It ! Communism...

Socialism, Fascism.. Let's Just Do It !!!

As exclaimed by one of those moron women on the view ?  or correct me if I'm wrong.

In any Case, Hell Yea, Let's do It !!!

Russia is going to be the Envy of the World during these Olympics.  Well....

The libtards are probably going to get some grief over this but then we all know this is the Olympics Committees fault for only giving Russia 2 Weeks to prepare ... Right Libtards ?

And here is the copy for when the news story gets purged....

From Sochi, journalists report Winter Olympics woes: poor conditions and ongoing construction

#SochiProblems has already gained steam on Twitter as journalists find their hotels unfinished and the streets of the Olympic village in Sochi, Russia still being paved — just days before opening night of the $51 billion games.



The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi may be marketed to the world as rosy but those inside are telling a different story.

Don't flush the toilet, don’t drink the water and don’t expect a good night’s sleep.
These are just some of the bizarre problems guests and athletes can expect at Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Winter Olympics in Sochi.
With just days to go before the opening ceremony, the seaside city is a bit of a five-ring circus.
For example, some journalists found this advice in their bathrooms: “Please do not flush toilet paper down the toilet! Put it in the bin provided.”
Others were greeted with a diagram offering the proper use of the bathroom facilities.
No fishing was among the “don’ts.”
No toilet fishing at these Olympic Games.

No toilet fishing at these Olympic Games.

Stacy St. Clair of the Chicago Tribune was ready to take the Olympic torch to her place.
“My hotel has no water,” she tweeted. “If restored, the front desk says, ‘do not use on your face because it contains something very dangerous.’ ”
She later tweeted a somewhat terrifying picture of two glasses filled with a urine-colored liquid.
“Water restored, sorta,” she tweeted.
The upside, she noted: “I just washed my face with Evian, like I’m a Kardashian or something.”
The reporter wasn’t alone in finding an international crisis upon arrival at the Black Sea resort.
Though the Russians poured $51 billion into the Olympics, arriving journalists found only six of their nine hotels fully operational.
Constructions crews remained hard at work two days before the opening ceremonies, despite the claims of organizers that 97% of the hotel rooms were ready.
In a column posted on, National Post sportswriter Bruce Arthur provided a quick rundown of what’s going wrong:
Stacy St. Clair tweeted about the potability of the water at her Sochi hotel.

Stacy St. Clair tweeted about the potability of the water at her Sochi hotel.

“Almost every room is missing something: lightbulbs, TVs, lamps, chairs, curtains, Wi-Fi, heat, hot water. Shower curtains are a valuable piece of the future black market here.”
There was also much tweeting and tweaking of the hosts over their double-toilet bathrooms, which are apparently no urban legend.
A pair of biathletes posed on two adjoining commodes in a widely circulated shot.
Another newcomer, a German photographer arrived to find his media hotel room unfinished. He was moved to a second room — where still-busy construction workers had taken up residence.
His third room was occupied — by a stray dog.
A construction worker lays paving bricks Tuesday ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, which hold opening ceremonies on Friday.


A construction worker lays paving bricks Tuesday ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, which hold opening ceremonies on Friday.

“When I came out of the elevator, there was the dog,” recalled Joerg Reuter of the European Pressphoto Agency. “I said, ‘Right, that’s it.’ ”
CNN sports producer Harry Reekie weighed in with a picture of his sad-looking accommodation: A broken curtain rod and dangling curtains.
“Shambles,” he wrote.
CNN booked 11 rooms in the media hotels five months ago — but arrived to find only one available.
The Canadian hockey team’s accommodations are ready, but incredibly cramped.
This Sochi bathroom has an unusual policy on toilet paper.

This Sochi bathroom has an unusual policy on toilet paper.

The typically pampered NHL stars are expected to sleep three to a room in beds better suited for college freshmen than pro athletes.
Each bed comes with a Lilliputian-sized nightstand and matching lamp. Rick Nash, 6-foot-4 and 213 pounds, beware!
Still, they will most likely enjoy a better experience than the first members of the media on the scene.
Lightbulbs were at such a premium that Yahoo! Sports columnist Dan Wetzel was offering three of them for a single working door handle.
“This offer is real,” he tweeted.
In his dispatch, Wetzel detailed living in a room with two beds, one pillow, no shower curtain. Outside his room, workers were still laying bricks on the local streets.
Shaun Walker, Moscow correspondent for Britain’s Guardian newspaper, recounted “techno music played at an ear-splitting volume” as jet-lagged journalists tried in vain to sleep.
His tweet to three incoming journalists: “If you bring 4.9 stars we can add it to what we have already and it’ll be a five star hotel!”
Detroit Free Press sportswriter Jo-Ann Barnas, at her eighth Olympics, tweeted a picture of a manhole dangerously missing its cover.
If the goal was to make it an Olympic Games to remember, Russian President Vladimir Putin has already won over some veteran journalists and athletes.


If the goal was to make it an Olympic Games to remember, Russian President Vladimir Putin has already won over some veteran journalists and athletes.

There’s more where that came from, she warned.
“Watch your step @Sochi2014 I’ve noticed on walkway and on sidewalks that not all manholes are covered,” Barnas tweeted.
The hashtag #SochiProblems was picking up steam two days before the opening ceremonies, and a satiric @sochiproblems account was already operating.
Dave Schwartz, a weekend sports anchor at KARE-TV in Minnesota, tweeted pictures of random cats wandering through the main media center.
They’re likely faring better than the stray dogs set for capture and death in the days before the Games start.
BBC Moscow acting bureau chief Kevin Bishop reported that the floor — yes, the floor — was missing from behind the counter at their hotel reception desk.
His room came complete with a 5-foot-long bed and a framed picture of Putin. Neither was suitable for sleeping.


  1. Welcome to the United Socialist States of Amerika in a few years.

  2. Is Pussy Riot performing at the opening ceremonies?

  3. Hotel has no water? Where is this, West Virginia?

    1. duck, it's your land of dreams, Reading comprehension problems again?

  4. Man, if the water's not good for your face, how is it to DRINK and brush your teeth with? HOLY COW!
    Ducky, since when do W Virginia hotels have no water and why are you so bigoted against the South all the time?
    What do you mean "two weeks to prepare?"
    It's going to be a MESS...........poor Putin; what IS it with communism, anyway? :-)

    1. Z, the 2 weeks was sarcasm. Obviously, they've had what 8 years? to prepare. This is what communism is and my point of course.

      Z. Poor Putin? I have no sympathy for a rootin tootin communist.

      PS- :Let's go play pool, eat pizza and drink Beer !

    2. z, do you mean to say you aren't familiar with the "Freedom Industries" chemical spill that fouled the water in the majority of West Virginia counties?

      Quite a scandal, Freedom Industries (a Koch Bros. enterprise) has declared bankruptcy and shifted their assets to avoid law suits. Pretty neat, in the good 'ol USA you can dump toxic chemicals into a state's water supply and declare bankruptcy but you can't use bankruptcy to discharge a student loan.

      There were no burdensome regulations on Freedom Industry either since they were just providing the storage facility and not doing the manufacturing.

      So there are all kinds of problems for pregnant women and people showering have been eposed to a virulent carcinogen, formaldehyde. Just business doing business.

    3. hey duck, and those politicians who exempt themselves from any harm or legislation they make for you and I are SO much better aren't they.

      I have no love for crony capitalists, but provide a solution that doesn't amount to jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire.

      They did that with GWB and ended up with that Serious POS obama for example.

      You can't just bitch, you must provide a proposed solution to go with or you're wasting your typing. So what is your solution.

  5. The Communist/Socialist state of mind -is the 'workers paradise'--
    Hmmm- it isn't working...
    Communist /Socialism-It works no where- look at Detroit-- here in the US--

    1. Carol-CS, It sure the hell isn't. 8 Years to prepare for the olympics and you can't even use the water for cleaning. Good God I hate libtards.

  6. No Ducky, must not be the story you paint if I haven't ever heard of it...absolutely not. I have a friend in W VA who's never mentioned it. AWFUL..and OH MY GOSH, the KOCH BROTHERS SPILLED IT? :) Good thing Soros is so legal and nothing ever gets published to make HIM look bad :-)
    I just looked into it and it's not quite the story you paint, but thanks for the information. Man, if we only read conservative blogs, we hear most of the news, if one only reads leftwing news, we only get the KOCH BROTHERS SUCK!! AMERICA SUCKS! BUSINESS IS BAD. How do you live with yourself, Ducky? Funny