Iowahawk: Putin Basically Doing Donuts in Obama’s Front Yard Now

p34_DWI22303This is unprecedented, in my lifetime at least.  The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin has written a letter to the American people, published on the 9-11 anniversary in the New York Times, and within hours, his wisdom, historical perspective and good sense seem to have mesmerized the American public.  Comments in the Times mostly seem to reflect approval of what Putin says, though mixed with skepticism.  And why not?  His humble yet persuasive words exude a truthfulness and reasonableness that’s strikingly absent in anything produced by the Obama administration, ever.  I don’t think he used the words “me” or “my military” once in the entire thing.  But he did mention the Pope, and at the end he rebuked Obama for his invocation of American Exceptionalism (of all things – Obama doesn’t believe in that for a second, and his deceit only adds to the sting).  But the last line is the coup de grace, and it strikes like a hammer blow.

We are all different, but when we ask for the Lord’s blessings, we must not forget that God created us equal.

If Chris Matthews ever got a tingle up his leg, it should be for this speech, because in these words, this ex-KGB chief sounds more like one of the American founding fathers than Obama ever has in his wildest dreams.  And Putin knows it.

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11 Responses to Iowahawk: Putin Basically Doing Donuts in Obama’s Front Yard Now

  1. Interesting “way-back” photo of Putin keeping an eye on Reagan when he was in Russia.

    • texan59 says:

      As has been said around here and elsewhere on the interwebs – it’s kinda scary when a KGB thug makes more sense than POtuS. 🙄

  2. Knight4GFC says:

    Cold war. Tables turned. Putin has upper hand in chess match right now.

    I do not like this whole ordeal. Something’s not right. This is all topsy-turvy… maybe purposely.

    One thing comes to mind: “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”

    Maybe BO really flubbed this one up. It didn’t go as planned. Strike three? Benghazi was possibly strike two and F&F, strike one. So, who’s out? It’s not as easy-going as “they” expected. “They’re” getting desperate. Things could get ugly in our country in a quickie… maybe the rest of the world too.

  3. This is unprecedented, in my lifetime at least. The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin has written a letter to the American people, published on the 9-11 anniversary in the New York Times

    Vladimir Putin now joins Bill Ayers in the group of “Communists who were published in the New York Times on September 11th”.

    Coincidence? Or planned and intentional?

    Add this newest incident to the list…

    A Different “9/11 Truth”

    • I consider the Russian connection to Barry that you and others have made in the past to be credible and troubling. I’m concerned – very concerned – that the obvious contempt the Russians, especially Medvedev, have heaped on Obama is all for show to divert attention away from something else. But I don’t know what. Russia is synonymous with “enigma” and this is really just one additional example. Whatever is going on is not obvious, but it’s compelling. I fear that this letter is one of the final moves in a decades-long game of Chess, but it may also be simply an attempt to talk reason to an immature adversary to protect Russia’s only Med port and gas supply. It could be that simple. I hope it’s that simple, but I’m worried that it’s not.

  4. White House response via the Blaze:
    “That’s all irrelevant,” the White House official said in response. “He put this proposal forward and he’s now invested in it. That’s good. That’s the best possible reaction. He’s fully invested in Syria’s CW disarmament and that’s potentially better than a military strike – which would deter and degrade but wouldn’t get rid of all the chemical weapons. He now owns this. He has fully asserted ownership of it and he needs to deliver.”

  5. Aussie says:

    I have some ideas of my own. I have not read Vlad’s letter, but my husband did and he was impressed. That says everything!!

    I get the impression that Vlad is a pragmatist. Vlad wants to get back lost territory so to speak. He does not want to lose his sphere of influence.

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