Russian Ambassador Poisons Well, Then Complains Water Undrinkable
2016 February 11
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The Russians, having done their level best to sour relations with the UK, now complain, blaming the British side for the state of things. My heart bleeds for them, really.

.@Amb_Yakovenko : London "put on ice" relations with Moscowhttps://t.co/9aXE9jTG8s pic.twitter.com/9xb7K0F1xa

— Russian Embassy, UK (@RussianEmbassy) February 11, 2016

This being an American website, I would be remiss if I didn't respond with the great cure-all of contemporary American diplomacy: a song sung by James Taylor. But first note that some still love the Ambassador.

"When you're down and troubled
And you need a helping hand..." pic.twitter.com/m75J7XkK5z

— aweisburd (@webradius) February 11, 2016

And nothing, nothing is going right..." pic.twitter.com/9Q5oMhuHOI

— aweisburd (@webradius) February 11, 2016

"Close your eyes and think of me
And soon I will be there..." pic.twitter.com/ROeU2EIPvj

— aweisburd (@webradius) February 11, 2016

"To brighten up even your darkest night" pic.twitter.com/67jXQv7Qe0

— aweisburd (@webradius) February 11, 2016

"Winter, spring, summer or fall
All you have to do is call
And I'll be there
You've got a friend" pic.twitter.com/5Tw9YRdRTO

— aweisburd (@webradius) February 11, 2016

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