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As we begin the 21st Century, two leaders in the public eye, Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister of Russia, and Barack Obama, President of the United States of America. The difference between the two heads of state is strikingly dissimilar if not poles apart.|
For instance, on April 4, 2010, Vladimir Putin brought his co-leader, Dimitri Medvedev, along with state photographers, to Easter Sunday services in Moscow, joining 4 million Russians in celebrating the nation’s holiest day of the year.
Following the service, Putin and Medvedev appeared on National Television to “congratulate” the Russian people for “celebrating the Resurrection of Christ.” View Entire Story Here & Here.
By contrast, Barack Obama did no photo-ops on Easter Sunday…no speeches. But rather, Obama brought a cadre of journalists and photographers on April 1, 2010, to a White House Jewish Passover Seder, complete with a myriad of his Jewish staff.