Thursday, August 14, 2008

Does Obama Know that Russia is Not Our Friend?

I must admit that Senator John McCain was not my first choice to be President of the United States in 2008, but Senator Barack Obama’s naïve statements about the Russian invasion of Georgia is more evidence that only McCain has the experience to be a strong President. Furthermore, if you would have told me a year ago that I would be participating in one of the leading, independent blogs for Senator McCain, I would not have believed you.

That said, I am here. I am stepping up to the plate for Senator McCain’s bid for the U.S. Presidency. Why? Senator McCain is really our only choice for an experientially-qualified President. Metaphorically, McCain left his corner of the ring swinging hard for the democratically-elected government of our ally Georgia. Obama left his corner by dancing and prancing around the truth, and is continuing to modify his position.

McCain looked presidential when discussing the invasion of Georgia in the media. On the other hand, Obama and his surrogates looked weak and unprepared to respond. This is one of the many enormous differences between Senators McCain and Obama. McCain knew in his gut that Russia is an imperialist, totalitarian regime at heart; McCain instinctively knew how and how hard to spank Prime Minister Putin in the Western media.

Was Obama feeling uncomfortable that he had no poll numbers to read before responding? Yes. Does Obama know from experience that Russia is not really our friend in supporting democracy around the world? No.

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