US shouldn't reward Putin 'with acquiescence and weakness': Former GOP lawmaker

It is very sickening to us to see what is happening,” he told host Mark Levin. “Because if you go back and look at history and World War II, if we had to stop [the German dictator] early on … when he took over Czechoslovakia, when he made incursions into the Rhineland — you cannot continue to reward bad behavior and despots and dictators with acquiescence and weakness as we saw with Neville Chamberlain, when he weighed the document saying that there would be peace in our times.

A RUSSIAN’S REFLECTIONS FROM EXILE IN GEORGIA

There comes a time when you have to stand up and believe, as my mom used to say, you have to stand for something, else you’ll fall for anything.