No comment necessary. Russia's President Vladimir Putin says it all.
Despite these differences, Putin said he was ready to work with whoever is elected the next U.S. president, saying Russia and the U.S. have common interests in the fights against international terrorism, nuclear proliferation, poverty and infectious disease.
But the former KGB lieutenant colonel appeared to lash out at U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton - a leading Democratic candidate for president - when one reporter quoted her as saying that former KGB officers have no soul: "At a minimum, a head of state should have a head," Putin said.
Can we elect Putin instead?