Asst Sec. of State Posner apologizes to China (China!) for Arizona's law.
How much crazier and inept can this administration get?!
" It was mentioned in the first session and as a troubling trend in our society, and an indication that we have to deal with issues of discrimination or potential discrimination. And these are issues very much being debated in our own society,” Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy Human Rights and Labor Michael Posner, who led the US delegation to the talks, told reporters on Friday.
There was no apology. Righties are trying to twist it that way.
It just show the cowardice and intent of this administration to weaken us around the world.
I don't know but I think it is better than what our buddy liked to do with the King.
To be truthfull the lower left one is photo shopped.
Do you think the King would like to take some warm showers with Obama?
Cowards are afraid to admit their flaws for fear they will be attacked. The courageous acknowledge their own weaknesses as well as their strengths, knowing their integrity makes them stronger.
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