Don't Non-Totalitarian Athletes Need Our Support?

by tdoadmin

I’m shocked and dismayed at the looming “performance gap” and its potential to derail the medal hopes of American athletes participating in the upcoming Beijing Summer Olympic Games. The Russians have beaten us to the proverbial punch, yet again.

Wouldn’t you think that in the interest of national security and global image that the U. S. State Department would have had the sense to enlist organizations like The Dallas Opera for this noble cause? And with the “dog days” of summer coming, couldn’t we all use a radical change of scenery?


Suzanne Calvin, Assoc. Dir. of Marketing, The Dallas Opera

One Response to Don't Non-Totalitarian Athletes Need Our Support?

Vara says: July 23, 2008 at 1:46 pm

Russian athletes are non-totalitarian, dear! The USSR has been gone for 17 years, now. That being said, Russia is returning to its pre-Revolutionary roots, not aping America (thank the good God!).

Americans, when they come to the rodina, remark that not only is Russia more beautiful than they expected, but, they resent the fact that Western media lies outrageously about the country.

American soldiers occupy two states against their will and are scattered all over the world in defence of Bush et al. Russian troops are at home, defending the Motherland. Who’s the totalitarian, eh?


There is a new recording coming out of Pikovaya Dama featuring Lyubov Kazarnovskaya (she has just completed a recording of the complete cycle of romansy by Chaikovsky… all 103 of them!).