March 7, 2014

After Ukraine, How Iran Sees Obama

Mark Cunningham, New York Post

Iran

In the wake of the Russian putsch in Crimea, defenders of President Obama have been falling all over themselves insisting that our commander-in-chief is not seen as weak by other nations’ leaders.

This cartoon is damning evidence to the contrary — since it speaks to Obama’s image on three key fronts.

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TAGGED: Ukraine, Barack Obama, Iran

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