Russia to Obama: Move to the Back of the Bus

Eileen McDevitt and Larrey Anderson
Whether or not we should reach across party lines, we are still one country. We are like a dysfunctional family. While we may or may not like each other -- and may only endure holidays together -- our American family comprises the core of how we first see and know the world. As a family we should always bond tightly together when threatened from the outside.  

Yesterday Russia
President Medvedev addressed POTUS Elect Obama. Medvedev did not congratulate, extend any offer of cooperation, or show any respect for President Elect Obama. Rather, Medvedev threatened direct attacks on European allies and further military action if President-elect Obama doesn't know Obama's place and act accordingly.  

No one ... and I mean no one ... has the right to tell our President Elect to go to the back of the bus. Conservatives, moderates, and liberals alike, we should all be outraged.
Whether or not we should reach across party lines, we are still one country. We are like a dysfunctional family. While we may or may not like each other -- and may only endure holidays together -- our American family comprises the core of how we first see and know the world. As a family we should always bond tightly together when threatened from the outside.  

Yesterday Russia
President Medvedev addressed POTUS Elect Obama. Medvedev did not congratulate, extend any offer of cooperation, or show any respect for President Elect Obama. Rather, Medvedev threatened direct attacks on European allies and further military action if President-elect Obama doesn't know Obama's place and act accordingly.  

No one ... and I mean no one ... has the right to tell our President Elect to go to the back of the bus. Conservatives, moderates, and liberals alike, we should all be outraged.