Russia invades Crimea (located in the Ukraine) and attempts to destabilize the Ukraine as an independent sovereign country, in clear violation of international law. The Obama administration with great indignity and fanfare accuses Russia of interfering with Ukrainian sovereignty. But wait!
The Obama administration is violating the sovereignty of Syria in clear
violation of international law by arming supposed rebels in Syria. Washington Post article: "Syrian rebels who received first U.S. missiles of war see shipment as ‘an important first step’".
Essentially both Putin and Obama are reading from the same foreign
relations script. Both falsely justify the need to interfere in other
countries based on fabricated trumped-up moral obligations. Putin to "protect" Russians, Obama to "protect" Syrian civilians from an evil tyrant.
Obama in denouncing Russia once again utterly demonstrates that his rhetoric is
nothing more than meaningless hot-air. Obama, like Putin, does not feel
constrained by any laws. Laws are simply something to be whimsically
applied and/or ignored as needed for political purposes. For Putin, the persecution of the band Pussy Riot. For Obama to use the IRS to persecute the "Tea Party".
Russia needs to be denounced for violating the sovereignty of the
Ukraine. With that in mind, the US has no business arming so-called
rebels in Syria since it is a violation of Syrian sovereignty. Arming the so-called rebels is Syria keeps the war
going and only prolongs the humanitarian tragedy in Syria. That is
blatantly contrary to Obama's publicly disclosed assertions that he is not pursing regime change in Syria. Obama has once again demonstrated to the world that his flowery rhetoric is devoid of both value and substance, and that the rule-of-law does not apply to him. Obama cannot be trusted.