Tuesday, July 7, 2009


One of the major responsibilities for the President of the United States is representing our country and interests before world leaders. During the last few decades Russia has been designated as the second power in the world behind America. History details the unique relationship that has existed between the world super powers. At times we have been witnesses to tense relations as noted in the 1960’s and we have experienced the working alliance of the countries in efforts to stymie nuclear weapon development and other world issues. This week President Obama has journeyed to Russia on a diplomatic summit to keep the two countries in steady communication and engaging on improving lives across the world.

President Obama is facing a leadership structure, which demands the skills of a political aficionado. Russia features a newly elected president who is partnered with the prime minister, who is the former president Vladimir Putin. This summit will demand a keen eye, easy demeanor, understanding of issues and patience to maneuver the questions of the dynamic leadership duo of Russia. As I analyze this trip and the possible positive outcomes, I believe that President Obama has exactly what it takes to produce a successful summit. We need a summit that addresses the global economy, terrorism, developing nuclear efforts by North Korea, maintaining peace in the Middle East, eliminating hunger and crippling diseases in Africa and moving toward resolution and peace between Israel and Palestine. MICAH SIMS SAYS President Obama can convince the dynamic Russian duo to support those goals.

Presently many are wondering about his plans, programs and bills to ignite and turn around the US economy. The pundits and political opposition must admit that this president has the qualities of a real world leader, as the leader of the United States to effectively engage in international summits and meetings. Countless are the journalistic reports published across the globe of the respect and admiration that other world leaders feel about President Obama after meeting him. MICAH SIMS SAYS we are sending the most qualified, dignified and refined president in years to Russia. I’m confident that he will be able to improve and expand the relationship between Russia and the United States.

MICAH SIMS SAYS expect some new diplomatic policies, associations and partnerships to emerge from the Russian, US summit as our gifted president engages the Russian dynamic leadership duo. I would encourage all Americans to rest easy about our international standing and focus on motivating our congressional representatives to discover even more ways to get our economy moving in the right direction.

MICAH SIMS SAYS see you tomorrow!!!

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