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Published:June 30th, 2010 08:47 EST

America Loves Gorgeous Russian Spy Anna Chapman

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Anna Chapman has the face of an angel. A stylish redhead with model looks and a master`s degree in economics, the 28-year-old lived the New York high-life, renting a $2,100-a-month apartment and hobnobbing with Manhattan`s social elite.

She also was a `practiced deceiver` who worked as an agent for the Russian government, attempting to secretly transmit information from her laptop computer to a Russian government computer, according to U.S. federal prosecutors.

Chapman, along with 10 others, was charged Monday with conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government without notifying the U.S. attorney general, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison upon conviction." Read more
Ten Russians were arrested in the United States, accused of being spies. The only one most of my readers will be interested in is Anna Chapman, she is drop-dead gorgeous. I`m sure that dudes were lining up to give the Russian hottie all the information she requested.

I don`t care if she was an emissary from Satan, if I worked with her I would make it my mission in life to please her in every way possible.

On a more serious note, I tend to side with the Russians who accused the US of attempting to revive Cold War tensions. We have hundreds of spies in Russia, and Russia has hundreds of spies in America. Even friendly countries like Israel have spies in the United States, what`s the big deal?

The Obama administration is making a big mistake by playing up this story, we need Russia`s support in dealing with Iran.

Ten Russians were spying for the US: Big Freakin` Deal. We should deport them, well maybe not Anna, and that should be the end of the story.

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