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Eugene Delgaudio: "Obama's New World Order Makes KGB's Putin Defacto World Leader" - NYTimes & Putin rebuild Berlin Wall

"The vacuum left by President Barrack Obama domestically and world wide makes it possible for a rollback of the accomplishments of the Reagan-Bush Doctrines in foreign policy on a broad range of fronts and is capped by the new alliance between the head of Russia and the New York Times this past week," says Eugene Delgaudio president of Public Advocate.

Delgaudio continued "While Public Advocate has taken few positions on foreign policy it is part of our mission to champion pro-democracy pro-Constitutional republic forms of government, respectively, as it fits the best interests of the United States of America. The pummeling of American exceptionalism by Vladimir Putin in the New York Times, no less, is a turning point and a stark reversal for America, The pro and con arguments for any particular policy become less relevant when liberal media institutions tear down the interests in league with historic enemies of our country."

Delgaudio agrees with conservative Monica Crowley who says of Putin, the leader of Russia:

"While the entire U.S. government---including the Commander in Chief---waits on the Russian president, here is the moment that Barack Obama's well-orchestrated takedown of American power and influence became manifest:

(NYT column by Putin)A Plea for Caution From Russia
What Putin Has to Say to Americans About Syria

Putin says, in part:

"It is alarming that military intervention in internal conflicts in foreign countries has become commonplace for the United States.".......
"It is extremely dangerous to encourage people to see themselves as exceptional, whatever the motivation. "

Conservative Crowley responds to Putin:

When the United States is weak or perceived as weak, the wheels come off the world: the good guys retreat, the bad guys advance, and the world collapses into chaos and conflict. Is the world perfect and conflict-free when the U.S. is strong? No. But when American strength is evident, and coupled with a leadership willing to use it, there is far more order, and evildoers are more likely to think twice before acting.

Putin's in-your-face diss to America on the op-ed pages of today's "New York Times" shows how far we have fallen in terms of real power, influence, and respect.