Tuesday, April 26, 2011

A MOST SIGNIFICAN POST - PLEASE CLICK TO IT AND READ IT!

THE MALCONTENT

In it he lists eleven apologies made by President BO for America's actions:

1. Apology to France and Europe ("America Has Shown Arrogance")
2. Apology to the Muslim World
3. Apology to the Summit of the Americas
4. Apology at the G-20 Summit of World Leaders
5. Apology for the War on Terror
6. Apology for Guantanamo in France
7. Apology before the Turkish Parliament
8. Apology for U.S. Policy toward the Americas
9. Apology for the Mistakes of the CIA
10. Apology for Guantanamo in Washington
11. And he apologized to the Japan for bombing Hiroshima 65 years ago!

He reminds us of and documents each of the apologies.

Do you agree with this assessment?

If not, on which points is he wrong?

Is President BO the great apologist?

11 comments:

tha malcontent said...

Thanks Joe.

Xavier Onassis said...

The President was absolutely correct in making every single one of those apologies.

It's about time America dropped the arrogance and showed a little humility.

Joe said...

The Malcontent: You are most welcome. That was a good post.

XO: How about you leading the way in showing us how to be humble?

tha malcontent said...

In defending of my disapproval of Obama, being humble is not my style.

I don’t care what color or what faith the president says he is, Christian (which I doubt and totally disbelieve; or Muslim) . Us Americans are not as dumb as this president thinks we are..
Obama the dictator of America, is so arrogant and so much a Marxist that he willing to lead his party to defeat to achieve America’s change..

Joe said...

the malcontent: President BO is the least humble president of all time.

I still think XO should show us how humility should work.

He'd be the one who'd have the farthest to go to get there.

Leticia said...

I think those that voted for the guy should go on an apology tour.

Great post, to Malcontent and you Joe for re-posting.

Xavier Onassis said...

I'm not the leader of the free world. I don't need to be humble. I can be as arrogant as I choose.

But I would postulate that the most powerful nation on earth should be the most humble nation on earth.

We should lead by example, not by bullying and intimidation.

Recognizing one's shortcomings and being willing to apologize for one's transgressions is a sign of maturity and wisdom.

Blindly asserting that you are always right, have nothing to apologize for EVER and counting as your enemy anyone who dares disagree with you are signs of petty childishness unbefitting a Great Nation.

If you feel so inclined, you can read my full response to all 11 points here: http://hipsubwg.blogspot.com/2011/04/well-done-mr-president.html.

BTW, it saddened me to read about the loss of your friend. My condolences.

Joe said...

XO: I always knew you were arrogant and filled with false pride.

At least I don't call you the names you called conservatives on your blog.

What ever happened to hearing others' ideas and respecting others' points of view?

Oh, I forgot. Liberals preach that, but only for others, not themselves.

Xavier Onassis said...

When I'm a guest in your house, I abide by your rules and respect your sensativities.

However, when I am in my own home, I do as I please.

There is nothing "false" about my pride. It is entirely justified.

What you view as arrogance is simply my own acknowledgement that I am CLEARLY more intelligent and better informed than the majority of my fellow citizens who seem capable of believing the most ridiculous and outlandish notions.

Joe said...

XO: "When I'm a guest in your house, I abide by your rules and respect your sensativities.

"However, when I am in my own home, I do as I please."

I totally agree...100%.

"There is nothing "false" about my pride. It is entirely justified."

Arguable, at best.

"What you view as arrogance is simply my own acknowledgement that I am CLEARLY more intelligent and better informed than the majority of my fellow citizens who seem capable of believing the most ridiculous and outlandish notions."

Maybe not as clear as you think.

"What you view as arrogance is simply my own acknowledgement that I am CLEARLY more intelligent..."

The very clear evidence of arrogance.

Lisa said...

I love how a "few" smart people believe they can fool the rest of us.