An Apology to Israel and the Rest of America's True Friends...

April 08, 2009
An Apology to Israel and the Rest of America's True Friends and Allies
By Pamela Meister

President Obama, as befits a true leftist, has been apologizing vociferously to the world for not only all of the horrible things George W. Bush did, but apparently also for the rest of us lowly Americans for being "arrogant" and "dismissive" toward Europe. I'll bet Eurolitists are practically wetting their pants at the admission of an American president that even though George W. Bush is out of office, the Ugly American is alive and well.

Additionally, he made sure America received its share of the blame of the world economic crisis. By doing so, I suppose he's just trying to make up for that blasted arrogance.

Obama also groveled at the feet of the "Muslim world" (no, there are no Christian and Jewish worlds, but thank you for asking) by declaring that the U.S. is not at war with Islam. He's right, we're not. Factions of Islam are at war with us and the rest of the West. And don't forget that bow to King Abdullah of the nation responsible for much of the financing of radical Islam. The MSM has pretty much ignored this embarrassing breach of protocol - heads of state do not bow and scrape to one another - but I find it interesting that Obama didn't make the same mistake with Queen Elizabeth. The only thing we heard about was Michelle Obama daring to touch Her Majesty, over which Larry King hyperventilated on his television show. Time to take that paper bag and put it over your head, Larry.

But now, as the first leg of the World Apology TourTM has come to its end and Obama must once again endure the tedium of the White House, I thought I'd take up the torch and deliver a few apologies that Obama seems to have forgotten. In the spirit of leftists everywhere, I offer the following:

I'm sorry, Israel, that our president has seen fit to throw the oldest and most stable democracy in the Middle East under the bus. From his first call as president to Mahmoud Abbas to his funding of millions to Gaza victims, to his New Year's video address to Iran to his reaching out to the Taliban to cut a deal - not to mention his willingness to adopt the Saudi "peace" plan, Barack Obama has made it clear that the fate of a nation the size of New Jersey, surrounded by enemies that want to drive her people into the sea, is no longer a top priority. So much for standing up for the little guy.
I'm sorry, Poland and Czech Republic, that our president seems to be ready to renege on a deal made by President Bush to create a defense missile shield that would protect those nations from the aggression of Russia. Supposedly, in return for this concession, Russia will lend its assistance in talking Iran out of continuing its nuclear weapons program. As Obama rolls over for Putin's lapdog Medvedev, it's the former Soviet satellite nations that may well end up playing dead - for keeps.
I'm sorry, Britain, that Obama cared so little about our historic alliance that he treated Gordon Brown like a poor relation on Brown's first visit to the White House under the Obama administration. I'm also sorry that we have a leader who, rather than help pull your nation back from the abyss of kowtowing to radical Islam and other liberal PC claptrap, seems ready to drag us down with you.
I'm sorry, Lebanon. Rumor has it that the U.S. is behind a deal that would spare Syrian leadership from prosecution regarding their alleged involvement in the murder of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri. Meanwhile, Syria's been busy building a missile base, dispersing nuclear facilities throughout the country, and are building a chemical weapons plant in the northeast.

Even the Old Europe nations (France, Germany, etc.) with the most to gain from an Obama presidency are finding out that the glamorous rock star isn't all he's cracked up to be. Seems Obama is intent on sticking his nose in their business when it comes to who is allowed in the European Union and who is not, which has a few other noses bent out of joint. Apparently George Bush held the same views, but managed to say it in a way that didn't upset anyone. Yet he was the most embarrassing president of all time, no?

But then, all of this is what you get when you elect a rabble rouser Alinskyite community organizer as leader of the once-free world. Enjoy the hope and change while it lasts.

Pam Meister is editor of FamilySecurityMatters.org and contributes to Pajamas Media and Big Hollywood. The opinions expressed here are her own.

A fwd article: -jt
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  • EddieJ555 2009/04/09 00:35:52
    Now lets see what Newspaper or Magazine will print that. I personally am disgusted with this anti - American administration and this fraud in the White House. No birth certificate, no self respect, no respect for American values, no experience, and all the ignorant, over involved under informed, assholes who put this disaster into motion. You are all to stupid to see that you are screwing yourselves, your children, and grand children. Thanks for nothing you brain dead dim wits!

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  • melee 2009/04/10 21:42:12
    Really a great and truthful article. Thanks for posting it.
  • annabellavampirella 2009/04/09 20:56:00
    well I like my Jewish friends and made some yummy kosher desserts... jewish friends yummy kosher desserts
  • Chelsea 2009/04/09 17:22:49 (edited)
    jt thank you so much for sharing this article. It speaks for millions of Americans. "World Apology TourTM" is the perfect title for what Obama just completed. An apology does not mend fences. Removing hatred does, removing hatred is an individual process. Think about it lefties, does hearing the words "I'm sorry" make you forgive your enemies or do you still mistrust them? What makes you forgive someone? Or is forgiveness even in your nature?
  • Heptarch 2009/04/09 15:01:23
    I'm sorry that so many people take the opinions of right wing writers as fact without doing a little critical thinking of their own.
  • SunShine Heptarch 2009/04/09 19:48:41
    i have done a lot of critical thinking.. and I agree with her 100%.. she is right on.. as are many others who see the fallacy of this egotistical maniacal spender who has not a clue what can fix our country but he sure does know how to make it worse..!!
  • Heptarch SunShine 2009/04/09 20:50:12
    Critical thinking implies an open mind going into the decision-making process.
  • SunShine Heptarch 2009/04/10 02:49:22
    yes. that is a given... and.. ??
  • Heptarch SunShine 2009/04/10 12:29:32
    And you haven't done that. I thought my statement was pretty clear.
  • SunShine Heptarch 2009/04/10 13:36:17
    and you know that how???
  • Heptarch SunShine 2009/04/10 13:41:38
    Because you could not have. The article posted on this blog is so full of subjective bias and outright misrepresentation that if you believe it 100% there is no other conclusion to draw than that you have no critical thinking skills.
  • SunShine Heptarch 2009/04/10 15:08:37
    NOT ARGUING WITH YOU ANYMORE..it's pointless.. happy Easter

    arguing pointless happy easter
  • Heptarch SunShine 2009/04/10 15:19:59
    Enjoy Bunny Day.
  • Tessaprn Heptarch 2009/04/11 03:51:39
    The article is written by another, but I a critical thinker am in agreement with every single word.
  • Heptarch Tessaprn 2009/04/11 15:02:35
    I sincerely believe that the writer is committed to interpreting every action of President Obama in the worst possible way. That is not open minded. Nor is anyone who thinks the author is 100% correct.
  • Tessaprn Heptarch 2009/04/11 23:20:17
    I see your point of view. I personally believe that Obama is hurting this country instead of the hope and change he promised the people. He promised one thing and then he is elected for that campaign stance. He gets elected and turns radical. Doing what he wants and not what the people need and want.
  • Heptarch Tessaprn 2009/04/12 02:52:07
    If it's not what the people want, why does most of America think he's doing a good job?
  • Tessaprn Heptarch 2009/04/12 04:54:39
    People think he is doing a good job because he is not Bush and he does just happen to be the first biracial POTUS. It is not really that people think he is doing a great job, they just like his personality. Plus, polls are actually bias in their questions. Only a very small fraction of the population is polled.
  • Heptarch Tessaprn 2009/04/12 05:00:34
    Well, you seem to have all the angles covered. Congratulations. You never even have to consider that you might be wrong. You've rationalized everything away instead of just dealing with reality.

    Well done.
  • Tessaprn Heptarch 2009/04/12 05:11:15
    Angles. What does angles have to do with this discussion? The only angle I have is that the country I was born in continues to be the greatest nation in the world. Going on a tour of the world and the leader of this free world feels that we are arrogant and needs to apologize for the masses to the masses and bows to royalty is BS and tells another country how to protect themselves when they are on a daily basis told they will be wiped off the face of the earth is sorry.
    I find it to be entertaining that you accuse me of not dealing with reality when you yourself apparently are having a difficult time doing this yourself.
    Thanks for the accolades.
  • Heptarch Tessaprn 2009/04/12 14:40:55
    You have no connection to the real world when it comes to Obama. Just like so many others, you've let your feelings for him cloud your judgment.

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