Then and Now: Partisan Responses to Russian Actions Under Bush and Obama

Worth a watch from CNN’s Jake Tapper:

Pretty much everything that comes out of the mouths of the Democrat and Republican talking heads is ideologically driven and devoid of substance.

This also adds to my argument at Reason.com that Russia’s foreign policy is consistent, irrespective of alterations, or the lack thereof, in the U.S. approach.

23 thoughts on “Then and Now: Partisan Responses to Russian Actions Under Bush and Obama”

  1. Why does the media continue to always give clowns McCain and his little sidekick Graham airtime? Aren't there some other, more sane, people in Congress? Rabid ideology has taken the place of common sense.

  2. Boiled down to its fundamentals, any advocate of any kind of U.S. intervention – everything from arming the rebels to a no-fly zone to boots on the ground – is really advocating that America change the regime in Syria.

  3. Boiled down to its fundamentals, any advocate of any kind of U.S. intervention a?? everything from arming the rebels to a no-fly zone to boots on the ground a?? is really advocating that America change the regime in Syria.

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