Why is his Douche-bagness apologizing to the world for America? I never could understand that about liberals. You idiots think that the world needs to hear an apology from us every other day, or some such drivel.
America has absolutely nothing, NOTHING, to apologize for. We are the most giving nation on the fucking planet. We have done more for the world than most nations can even contemplate.
America should be waiting for the rest of the world to apologize to us.
Obama owes me an apology for the abortion he’s calling a stimulus package and the very idea that America is somehow wrong in this world.
America has done more for Muslim countries and peoples than even other Muslim countries have. In fact, America has 5 wars on their behalf in the last 20 years alone. Never mind the countless humanitarian aid that we have also rendered to them.
Government takes over, Obama apologizes
by Star Parker
The Obama administration, completing its first full week, wasted no time getting priorities in order. First, issue formal apologies to the world, and then begin advancing massive, intrusive government at home.
The president chose Arab television, Al Arabiya, to give his first sit down interview. He took the opportunity to confirm the long held Arab view that the real problem is America and President Obama apologized on our behalf.
“…America was not born as a colonial power,” he told the Arab viewing audience – implying we are now. And he regretfully confessed that “We sometimes make mistakes. We are not perfect.”
Obama Just Flatters Himself
by Charles Krauthammer
WASHINGTON — Every new president flatters himself that he, kinder and gentler, is beginning the world anew. Yet, when Barack Obama in his inaugural address reached out to Muslims with “to the Muslim world, we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and mutual respect,” his formulation was needlessly defensive and apologetic.
Is it “new” to acknowledge Muslim interests and show respect to the Muslim world? Obama doesn’t just think so, he said so again to millions in his al-Arabiya interview, insisting on the need to “restore” the “same respect and partnership that America had with the Muslim world as recently as 20 or 30 years ago.”