But it wasn't only Medvedev and his pro-Western supporters who became critical of the Republican's views. Although President Vladimir Putin recently thanked Romney for his openness regarding the "No.1 foe" comment, he also indicated that it would be hard for the Kremlin to work with Romney as president, especially on sensitive security issues such as the missile defense system. During Putin's interview with RT state television, he also called Obama an "honest man who really wants to change much for the better." This comment was widely viewed as Putin's most direct endorsement of Obama in the presidential race.
Originally posted by MentorsRiddle
I wonder what kind of "change" Putin thinks is good change?
Has anyone stopped and looked at Russia recently? Not a very good country.
Putin would probably love to see The United States of America buckle under economic pressure, and collapse.
And if we keep following the current administrations financial precidents, that's exactly what will happen.
Originally posted by Dustytoad
reply to post by hp1229
You do remember recent history right?
Obama telling putin he would have more leeway after the elections.. Especially involving the missile defense in some way If I am thinking right. meanwhile your avatar is an add for cigarets? Yuck.