Burst of inspiration: how to solve the Ukraine crisis


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May 29, 2001
A classic case of the solution hiding in plain sight...so obvious that nobody could see it, but it came to me after reading the latest news story about yet another aid package for Ukraine. No, not the $40 billion that Congress passed today. This one is different: $215 million in "food assistance."

So after we supply $40 billion in weapons, we want to make sure that the people who die as a result will not be hungry. Very compassionate gesture.

But I digress.

Here's what needs to happen. OK, Ukraine can't join NATO. But it can join the U.S.A. as our 51st state. Suck on that, Rooskies!

Zelensky becomes Governor. We send over Dem-Media's team of harpies to keep him in line: Victoria Nuland and Susan Rice for starters. Throw in Rachel Levine for good measure and that Scary Poppins chick who just got bounced out as Minister of Truth. She needs something to do.

After all, our own people, American citizens of the Fruited Plains and Purple Mountain Majesties, have proven a major disappointment to our noble rulers. Therefore it's only natural and right that they would search elsewhere for a more worthy citizenry. The entire impoverished population of Latin America is a good start, but the people of Ukraine would make a great addition.

Oh well. It's just a thought. Sometimes you have to think outside the box.
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