Consistent with their pathological antipathy toward Barack Obama, Republican politicians generally have faulted the president for what they see as his failure to more aggressively raise a fuss over Russia’s involvement in the affairs of Ukraine.


But the American public takes a different view of the matter.


HERE‘s the story:


Most Americans don’t think the U.S. is obliged to intervene in the recent annexation by Russia of the Ukrainian territory of Crimea. A majority of 61 percent of Americans do not think the U.S. has a responsibility to do something about the situation between Russia and Ukraine, nearly twice ...

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Consistent with their pathological antipathy toward Barack Obama, Republican politicians generally have faulted the president for what they see as his failure to more aggressively raise a fuss over Russia’s involvement in the affairs of Ukraine.

But the American public takes a different view of the matter.

HERE‘s the story:

Most Americans don’t think the U.S. is obliged to intervene in the recent annexation by Russia of the Ukrainian territory of Crimea. A majority of 61 percent of Americans do not think the U.S. has a responsibility to do something about the situation between Russia and Ukraine, nearly twice ...

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