Saturday, November 14, 2009


President "O-Bow" to Anyone

Well I was right that Obama was on his way to another apology tour. Didn't take look for him to bow again, this type to a Japanese despot:
"Obama has now done it again. Andrew Malcolm asks (and reports): "How low will he go? Obama gives Japan's Emperor Akihito a wow bow." Obama's breach of protocol is of a piece with the substance of his foreign policy. He means to teach Americans to bow before monarchs and tyrants. He embodies the ideological multiculturalism that sets the United States on the same plane as other regimes based on tribal privilege and royal bloodlines. He gives expressive form to the idea that the United States now willingly prostrates itself before the rest of the world. He declares that the United States is a country like any other, only worse, because we have so much for which to apologize."

This is expected of a gutless wonder, a child king with big talk but little action.   A fooking disgrace to Americans everywhere he treads.

UPDATE: Video:


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I do understand people who find it offensive that an American President would bow to anyone.
I thought I remembered other presidents doing the same. I found this article expressing similar outrage when George W. Bush bowed at a Shinto shrine in Japan and bowed his head to join in Muslim prayer.
I know this site holds Obama in no respect, so I'm wondering if you find these actions of Bush equally as offensive.
Personally I found the photo of Bush kissing King Abdulla on the cheeks and holding his hand pretty weird - even though I know that is simply cultural custom.">

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You will notice, Mac, that Obama's Japanese counterpart did not bow to Obama, although it is a Japanese tradition, and his wife gave Obama only a slight head nod.

What a disgrace as this clown travels the earth letting the rest of the world know that the United States will now be a submissive nation.

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