"Undercover spy turned media star Anna Chapman marked the New Year by starring in a parody of a popular Soviet spy film and then telling Russians never to keep love a secret.
The increasingly prolific Chapman, who has ranged between erotic modelling, politics and lion taming since her expulsion from the United States, was shown for the first time turning to acting in the short film.
The film, broadcast in state-controlled Channel One`s glitzy New Year gala, showed Chapman playing herself as she met Maxim Isayev, the fictional undercover hero from the legendary Soviet series `Seventeen Moments of Spring`."
In his first two years in office President Barack Obama has enjoyed great victories: The repeal of DADT and health care reform. But Obama has also been criticized for his slow response to the BP oil spill disaster and his inability to bring down the high unemployment numbers. In my opinion Obama`s greatest mistake was his decision to deport the beautiful Russian spy, Anna Chapman. Republicans, Democrats and Independent voters will exact their revenge, and Obama will be lucky if he remains in office.
America`s loss has been Russia`s gain, the gorgeous and talented femme fatale has been very busy capitalizing on her fame. The lovely patriot has been a fixture on Russian TV, delighting viewers with her intelligence, wit and charm.
Anna Chapman and Sarah Palin are so much alike, they both feel comfortable in the celebrity and political worlds. Anna is considering running for Russian parliament. I hope Palin follows Chapman`s example and does some erotic modeling of her own.
There is one big difference, Chapman`s IQ is off the charts, and Palin, is well, an idiot.
Palin can see Russia from her home in Alaska, on a clear day she may even be able to see Chapman as she`s surrounded by well wishers and supporters. Eat your hear out Sarah Palin!
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