Putin leads. Obama leads from behind

The mainstream media, Hillary Clinton, and the left (but I repeat myself) are up in arms over Donald Trump’s comment that Putin is a strong leader.

Putin Has 'Been a Leader Far More Than Our President Has'

Hillary Clinton held her first press conference and had this to say:

Now, that is not just unpatriotic and insulting to the people of our country as well as to our commander-in-chief -- it is scary.

Before I get into Hillary’s comment, let me ask – is it a press conference if the, ahem, press spoonfeed’s Hillary a question that her campaign staff provides to said press, so that she can make a statement, as a recovery from her abysmal showing in the previous night’s commander in chief forum?

Speaking of the Commander in Chief forum, how come it took a private citizen to finally ask Hillary Clinton a pointed question?

Donald Trump didn’t, to my knowledge, condone Vladimir’s Putin’s actions as leader.  He only asserted that Putin is stronger than our president.  Does anyone doubt this statement? 

Like him or hate him, Vladimir Putin leads, while Barack Obama leads from behind.  BTW, the “leading from behind” quote originated in the White House, by one of the president’s advisers, following their disastrous overthrow of Gaddafi in Libya.

I despise Vladimir Putin, as every American should, but he is a strong leader.  Likewise, I hate Harry Reid, but is there any doubt he is a stronger leader than Mitch McConnell?

Vladimir Putin, as is also true of Harry Reid, are advancing the interests of their constituents.  Vladimir Putin is advancing the interests of the Russian people.  Harry Reid is advancing the interests of “the hard left” elements within the Democratic Party.  I wish Mitch McConnell was half the leader Harry Reid is.

On this note, it is unfair to suggest that Barack Obama isn’t advancing the interests of his constituents.  Sadly, though, his constituents aren’t the whole of the American people.

The mainstream media, Hillary Clinton, and the left (but I repeat myself) are up in arms over Donald Trump’s comment that Putin is a strong leader.

Putin Has 'Been a Leader Far More Than Our President Has'

Hillary Clinton held her first press conference and had this to say:

Now, that is not just unpatriotic and insulting to the people of our country as well as to our commander-in-chief -- it is scary.

Before I get into Hillary’s comment, let me ask – is it a press conference if the, ahem, press spoonfeed’s Hillary a question that her campaign staff provides to said press, so that she can make a statement, as a recovery from her abysmal showing in the previous night’s commander in chief forum?

Speaking of the Commander in Chief forum, how come it took a private citizen to finally ask Hillary Clinton a pointed question?

Donald Trump didn’t, to my knowledge, condone Vladimir’s Putin’s actions as leader.  He only asserted that Putin is stronger than our president.  Does anyone doubt this statement? 

Like him or hate him, Vladimir Putin leads, while Barack Obama leads from behind.  BTW, the “leading from behind” quote originated in the White House, by one of the president’s advisers, following their disastrous overthrow of Gaddafi in Libya.

I despise Vladimir Putin, as every American should, but he is a strong leader.  Likewise, I hate Harry Reid, but is there any doubt he is a stronger leader than Mitch McConnell?

Vladimir Putin, as is also true of Harry Reid, are advancing the interests of their constituents.  Vladimir Putin is advancing the interests of the Russian people.  Harry Reid is advancing the interests of “the hard left” elements within the Democratic Party.  I wish Mitch McConnell was half the leader Harry Reid is.

On this note, it is unfair to suggest that Barack Obama isn’t advancing the interests of his constituents.  Sadly, though, his constituents aren’t the whole of the American people.