The Talking Dog

February 26, 2012, Good times

Thousands braved the Russian winter to protest the inevitable election of Vladimir Putin back to the presidency of Russia in Moscow, forming a near human chain along that city's Garden Ring road.

Where was the pepper spray, the sonic weaponry or the tear gas and flash grenades?

It's about confidence, in some sense... the Russian people are confident that their government won't open fire on them, and Mr. Putin is reasonably confident, he'll win his election even without [the inevitable] fraud. In the US of A, by contrast, the status quo senses its grip beginning to slip, and hence, it desperately tries to hold on to power by any means necessary.

I wonder what this means?