Sen. John McCain admitted to Fox's Neil Cavuto that sending arms to the Ukrainians would not make a difference with the eventual outcome if the Russians decided to invade, but he wants to send them anyway for "moral support."
Fox News' Allen West believes that the Ft. Hood shooting is a result of president Obama not taking Vladimir Putin seriously enough.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld on Monday blasted President Barack Obama's diplomacy, saying a "trained ape" could do a better job.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Sunday suggested that he had a power to "see the future," and could have stopped Russia from invading Crimea if he had been elected in 2012.
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham on Sunday used the Russian invasion of Crimea to say that the United States should be focusing on stopping undocumented immigrants from coming across its border.
Edward Snowden has now gone from being aided by the Russians, to Russian spy, to being partially responsible for Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
Bill O'Reilly has been chomping at the bit since this happened and now he's concocted a global conspiracy that begins and ends with Putin.
Ron Paul wrote a column about Crimea, shrugging over their "secession." Why do we care what he thinks about foreign policy, again?
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Bush's Brain is counting on the institutional amnesia and ignorance of Fox News viewers when he claims that George W. Bush kept Vladimir Putin at bay when Putin's forces invaded Georgia.