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Guess Who Acts Like The Leader of The World?

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I would say free world, but in this case, Putie doesn’t see himself in that context and neither do I.

Reuters reported today that Putin warned against sanctions against Iran. Furthermore, he said this:

“There is no need to frighten the Iranians,” Putin told reporters in Beijing after a meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.

“We need to look for a compromise. If a compromise is not found, and the discussions end in a fiasco, then we will see.”

“And if now, before making any steps (towards holding talks) we start announcing some sanctions, then we won’t be creating favourable conditions for them (talks) to end positively. This is why it is premature to talk about this now.”
In another report at Breitbart:
“A top Russian security official says Moscow reserves the right to conduct pre-emptive nuclear strikes to safeguard the country against aggression on both a large and a local scale, according to a newspaper interview published Wednesday.”
This is not only posturing, but a defining moment in US foreign relations under the Obama administration, where we find out who has the bigger stick. 
The pusillanimous POTUS, the Cacasotto in Chief has tried to assuage our adversaries and friends by being a sycophant knee groveling fabian socialist piece of steaming humanity. If he thinks, or believes that somehow he has curried favor with the likes of Putin et al, then he is not only mistaken, but put us in a position where not only don’t we control the narrative, but we do not control the outcome, which is more important. 
Obama is too effete and naive to be the leader of the free world. He lacks the understanding of what motivates respect from the likes of Putin and he behaves like a nurdy fraternity pledge trying to curry favor with those that could easily destroy him. He is clearly out of his league, his element, and we are the worse off for it. 
Can we afford three more years of this? How about eight?
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Written by James Lagnese

October 14, 2009 at 11:36 am