Romney, Rove and other right wing clowns made numerous claims that Obama went around the world apologizing on behalf of the United States. So far I found no evidence of this or anything close to this and concluded that this is another brainless claim that rivals the birth certificate? If this claim has any fact to it, what were his exact words and when when and where?
He was perhaps apologizing for the silly republicans who think Palin is smart!
Do you watch Television? Do you read newspapers? Below in Dutchmans post you can do all your research, I do not know where your looking but I received many hits on google when I put it in. Maybe it is you and the rest of your leftest socialist party that refuse to see or here what you do not want.
The only good thing he seriously done in three years is give the OK to get Osama, And If it was his ways which he stopped interrogating with CIA people we would not have found him!
From the Wall Street Journal, Opinion Page: By Karl Rowe
"Mr. Obama told the French (the French!) that America "has shown arrogance and been dismissive, even derisive" toward Europe. In Prague, he said America has "a moral responsibility to act" on arms control because only the U.S. had "used a nuclear weapon." In London, he said that decisions about the world financial system were no longer made by "just Roosevelt and Churchill sitting in a room with a brandy" -- as if that were a bad thing. And in Latin America, he said the U.S. had not "pursued and sustained engagement with our neighbors" because we "failed to see that our own progress is tied directly to progress throughout the Americas."
By confessing our nation's sins, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said that Mr. Obama has "changed the image of America around the world" and made the U.S. "safer and stronger." As evidence, Mr. Gibbs pointed to the absence of protesters during the Summit of the Americas this past weekend.
That's now the test of success? Anti-American protesters are a remarkably unreliable indicator of a president's wisdom. Ronald Reagan drew hundreds of thousands of protesters by deploying Pershing and cruise missiles in Europe. Those missiles helped win the Cold War.
There is something ungracious in Mr. Obama criticizing his predecessors, including most recently John F. Kennedy. ("I'm grateful that President [Daniel] Ortega did not blame me for things that happened when I was three months old," Mr. Obama said after the Nicaraguan delivered a 52-minute anti-American tirade that touched on the Bay of Pigs.) Mr. Obama acts as if no past president -- except maybe Abraham Lincoln -- possesses his wisdom."
claiming he appologised for US past sins!
here is the link for the article:
Karl Rove should be on his knees begging forgiveness from all of us for his dirty scum-bag dealings!!!
And HE did it in our name! THAT bothers me 1,000 times more!
"Bush's Brain" has a hell of a nerve calling ANYONE ungracious!
Because the United States is actually perfect and infallible in all things? Or we have to pretend it is or be labelled traitors?
Even the Pope gave up on the doctrine of infallibility ya know.
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