Revolution in the Russian Classroom

This video is a perfect metaphor for Russia. The teacher treats his student exactly the same way the Kremlin treats the citizens of Russia. If only the citizens could find the courage to react the way the little girl does, Russia could be a changed (and great) nation.

The Coveted Russian Dictator Endorsement

Over on Pajamas Media, Kim Zigfeld reveals that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin has expressed a clear preference for Barack Obama’s reelection over the candidacy of Mitt Romney. Guess what that means Americans should do at the polls in November! For good measure, Putin also throws in his “thoughts” on Pussy Riot and group sex.

The Decline and Fall of Russian Women’s Tennis

At the U.S. Open this year, Russia started out with ten women in the singles draw and just a puny four of them seeded.    The draw sheet symbolized the virtual disappearance of Russian players, who some not long ago were claiming would “dominate” the sport, from the top ranks of the women’s game; Russia has only one player, Maria Sharapova, ranked in the top 10 in the world, and Sharapova lives and learned to play tennis in the USA.

By the time play had concluded, Russia’s decimated ranks had done nothing to salvage Russian honor.

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Romney Roars on Russia

Here’s what Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney had to say about Russia in his acceptance speech last week:

President Obama has thrown allies like Israel under the bus, even as he has relaxed sanctions on Castro’s Cuba. He abandoned our friends in Poland by walking away from our missile defense commitments, but is eager to give Russia’s President Putin the flexibility he desires, after the election. Under my administration, our friends will see more loyalty, and Mr. Putin will see a little less flexibility and more backbone. We will honor America’s democratic ideals because a free world is a more peaceful world. This is the bipartisan foreign policy legacy of Truman and Reagan. And under my presidency we will return to it once again.

That’s pretty awesome, heartening stuff, and goes to show how radically American foreign policy can be transformed by an election.  Not once in Russia’s entire history has the pathetic country ever transferred power between ideological opposites like Obama and Romney, while America has done it over and over again, most recently moving from George Bush to Obama.  You know how right Romney is from Russia’s frenzied reaction.

Romey has it exactly right on Russia, as he has done from the start.  While Obama has done nothing but lie about Putin’s malignant regime, Romney and other Republicans like Marco Rubio have been working on a responsible policy based on American moral leadership.  They see the clear threat posed by the Putin dictatorship to American interests, and they are prepared to take dramatic action to reverse the failed and cowardly policies of Barack Obama.

It’s about time.  For too long, America has betrayed its values in Russia, turning its back on the opposition movement and watching that movement disintegrate and wither as its leaders are murdered or jailed.  For too long, America has been unwilling to stand up to Russian barbarism because its craven president wanted to claim he had “reset” relations with Russia and turned an enemy into a friend. For too long, America has pursued the policies of Neville Chamberlain where the polices of Ronald Reagan were wanted.

It’s about time for America to turn out the cowards of the Obama regime and tender power to leaders who will make America rise up and live out the true meaning if her creed.