Manages to offend millions of Christians

Obama bows submits

O’s Amateur Hour by Ralph Peters

“On every stage, Obama draped Lady Liberty in sackcloth and ashes, drawing plentiful applause but no serious economic or security cooperation in return. Then, in Turkey, he surrendered our national pride, undercut our interests and interfered in matters that aren’t his business.

“He told the Europeans that the global economic crisis is all our fault. No mention of European greed, overleveraged governments, destructive Euro-loans or Chinese currency manipulation. We did it. Whip us, please.

In return, the Europeans gave him . . . nothing.”


Bow-ow-ow: Obama’s painful missteps  by Camille Paglia

“Obama’s staffing problems are blatant — from that bleating boy of a treasury secretary to what appears to be a total vacuum where a chief of protocol should be. There has been one needless gaffe after another — from the president’s tacky appearance on a late-night comedy show to the kitsch gifts given to the British prime minister, followed by the sweater-clad first lady’s over-familiarity with the queen and culminating in the jaw-dropping spectacle of a president of the United States bowing to the king of Saudi Arabia. Why was protest about the latter indignity confined to conservatives? The silence of the major media was a disgrace.”


Obama’s Bailout for the Despots  by Jonah Goldberg

“It’s President Obama’s worst bailout so far. He’s going to rescue the U.N. Human Rights Council.”


Obama’s Nobel Headache  Newsweek

“Paul Krugman has emerged as Obama’s toughest liberal critic. He’s deeply skeptical of the bank bailout and pessimistic about the economy.”


Chomsky on Obama/Geithner plan: It’s recycled Bush-Paulsen

“They’re simply recycling pretty much the Bush-Paulson measures, changing them a little, but essentially the same idea. Keep the institutional structure the same, try to kind of patch things up, bribe the banks and investors to help out, but avoid the measures that might get to the heart of the problem.  It means that an investor can, if they want, purchase these valueless assets, and if they happen to go up they make money and if they go down the government insures it. So there might be a slight loss but there could be a big gain….if you’re the investor. For the public, it’s a lose-lose situation.  Fact of the matter is, it’s almost always public money….The public pays the cost and takes the risk and the profit is privatized. For a start, corporations, banks and so on should be responsible, I think, to stakeholders . That’s not a huge change….It’s a way to keep communities alive and industry here.”


The Humbling of a Superpower  by Nile Gardiner

It is hard to imagine a bigger slight to the memory of the more than 100,000 American soldiers who died liberating Europe than the image of a U.S. president attacking the “arrogance” of his own country on French soil. President Obama’s speech last week ahead of the NATO summit in Strasbourg, barely 500 miles from the beaches of Normandy, marked a low point in presidential speechmaking on foreign policy.


Fantasy Foreign Policy Endangering America

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says President Barack Obama is making some dangerous choices in rejecting the anti-terrorism policies of the Bush administration and backing down from confronting North Korea over its threatening missile program.


White House spokesman: President did not bow to Saudi King






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