Putin deploys 100,000 troops while Obama admin deploys...a selfie

Thomas Lifson
The Obama administration has demonstrated what it means by “soft power.” As Ukrainian defense sources assert that 100,000 Russian troops have been stationed on its borders, an obvious invasion force ready to be deployed at the command of Vladimir Putin, President Obama pleads that:

Russia needs "to move back those troops and to begin negotiations directly with the Ukrainian government, as well as the international community."

Or else?

Well, the State Department might deploy even more selfies, such as the one fired as a warmning shot yesterday by State Department spokesmouth Jen Psaki:

In the space of five years, the United States has gone from superpower to laughingstock.

The Obama administration has demonstrated what it means by “soft power.” As Ukrainian defense sources assert that 100,000 Russian troops have been stationed on its borders, an obvious invasion force ready to be deployed at the command of Vladimir Putin, President Obama pleads that:

Russia needs "to move back those troops and to begin negotiations directly with the Ukrainian government, as well as the international community."

Or else?

Well, the State Department might deploy even more selfies, such as the one fired as a warmning shot yesterday by State Department spokesmouth Jen Psaki:

In the space of five years, the United States has gone from superpower to laughingstock.