Body Language Between Russia’s Putin and America’s Obama at G20…

If body language is what you go by, then Putin and Obama had a terrible meeting and the Reset that never was born properly, died a painful death, as it was stomped in the ground finally by Putin. It was time that Putin put that sham to rest and I am sure that Obama had the longest hours of his life dealing with Putin that day. I doubt Obama will want a repeat….

I have chuckled at seeing most of the pictures that were taken of the two leaders sitting after the meeting. Oh yes all was proper and cordial, but oh yes things were said that had to be said and Putin will say it. Obama is worried about re-election and nothing but re-election and Putin never cared about his re-election in the first place. He is favored in Russia by a long shot and Obama lives on the edge of loosing the election all the time…

From what is being expressed in Russia and Chinese news, Putin made sure his point was direct and hardline…

Obama spent the whole time worrying about his election chances and wanted to present a good facade for America and Russia together…

The picture speaks a thousand words and while Putin looks like that all the time and I would expect nothing different from him, but we saw a worried Obama and as Obama should be! Putin tells it like it is and he is not playing games. Obama messed up several times before this meeting with Putin and the short sightedness of American politics is what puts the hot seat under his ass time and time again…

Why they even had McFaul the Envoy from America to Russia try to help cover up the tension between Putin and Obama. Now that is desperate when you have McFaul say anything about anything in Russia, for he has already destroyed his reputation 10 times over…

Going to be interesting to see what happens in the world…

Ding Dong the Reset is Dead. We need a new trick to play with now…

Kyle Keeton
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