When the president is tooling around on a girl’s bicycle while his Russian counterpart Putin is riding a horse or showcasing his motorcycle skills, there is an obvious manhood problem. According to Biz Pac Review, an NBC ‘Meet the Press’ panel came to the obvious conclusion many world leaders have already concluded and that is the metrosexual Obama is out of his leadership league on the world stage against Vladimir Putin.
With the Ukraine seemingly on the verge of being overrun by Soviet forces, Obama’s phone calls to Putin and his options for blocking the Russian leader at best have been tepid responses. The NBC panel seriously questioned Obama’s handling of Syria as well as the Ukraine and foreign crises in general.
The appearance of strength and vitality is something that the current occupant of the White House has sought to abandon. Unlike his predecessor Ronald Reagan who spoke with firmness and was willing to go literally to the communist wall to tear it down, Obama has been feckless.
Republican senator Bob Corker who is a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee stressed the way Obama even communicates with foreign leaders like Putin. “I think the administration is basically saying to Russia, ‘look, don’t do anything overt. Don’t come across the border with 40,000 troops. Don’t embarrass us in that way. But you can continue to undermine the sovereignty of Ukraine by doing the things that you’ve done, Corker stressed” reported Biz Pac Review.
The American leadership post where Presidents like Theodore and Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman and Ronald Reagan commanded the world stage has been vacated by Obama’s lack of “manhood” as if he would rather be partying with Jay-Z and Beyonce.
You k now there is a serious problem when even his Alphabet Soup mainstream media friends are pointing out the obvious. Even New York Times columnist David Brookes is stepping into the mix and stressing Obama’s weakness. Brookes, who was one of the panelists said, “And, let’s face it, Obama, whether deservedly or not, does have a – I’ll say it crudely – but a manhood problem in the Middle East,” he said.” Is he tough enough to stand up to somebody like Assad, somebody like Putin?” according to Biz Pac Review.
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