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delanti - 27-11-2009 at 01:36

The Ft. Hood shootings were on November 5, 2009. President Obama visited the troops November 10, 2009. Look who visited the troops on November 7, 2009.

Ft. Hood


John_Little - 27-11-2009 at 09:06

Credit where its due.


Daz - 27-11-2009 at 09:20

Schedule probably a bit more open than Obama's though, I should imagine...?


scholar - 27-11-2009 at 13:26

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Schedule probably a bit more open than Obama's though, I should imagine...?
That's right. It's hard to fit things like that in between basketball games, making speeches which call the Republicans liars when they point out that the actual words from the pages of the health care legislation contradict what Obama says about it, golf, Whitehouse parties, the Whitehouse state dinner in which he insulted the Prime Minister of India by telling him he should be considered greatly honored to be part of Obama's first state dinner, bowing to foreign dignitaries to show he believes the U.S. is inferior. . .


Badgergirl - 27-11-2009 at 14:58

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Originally posted by Daz
Schedule probably a bit more open than Obama's though, I should imagine...?
That's right. It's hard to fit things like that in between basketball games, making speeches which call the Republicans liars when they point out that the actual words from the pages of the health care legislation contradict what Obama says about it, golf, Whitehouse parties, the Whitehouse state dinner in which he insulted the Prime Minister of India by telling him he should be considered greatly honored to be part of Obama's first state dinner, bowing to foreign dignitaries to show he believes the U.S. is inferior. . .


Let that go already!
Could it possibly just be a very basic human act of the will to be polite to another foreign dignitary, crossed with a misunderstanding of bowing ettiquete?

If you lived in the UK, you'd be more used to bows and curtseys.


Daz - 27-11-2009 at 15:42

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Originally posted by scholar
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Originally posted by Daz
Schedule probably a bit more open than Obama's though, I should imagine...?
That's right. It's hard to fit things like that in between basketball games, making speeches which call the Republicans liars when they point out that the actual words from the pages of the health care legislation contradict what Obama says about it, golf, Whitehouse parties, the Whitehouse state dinner in which he insulted the Prime Minister of India by telling him he should be considered greatly honored to be part of Obama's first state dinner, bowing to foreign dignitaries to show he believes the U.S. is inferior. . .



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scholar - 27-11-2009 at 15:49

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Could it possibly just be a very basic human act of the will to be polite to another foreign dignitary, crossed with a misunderstanding of bowing ettiquete?
Either of those might have been the case the first time, when Obama bowed to the king of the House of Saud. At that time, a number of columnists wrote about it--are Obama's protocol advisers incompetent? Is he so conceited that he disregards their advice? Is he so ignorant that he doesn't realize he is representing the United States? At the time, the While House denied that Obama bowed--even though he was caught on tape doing so.

So, after this, when The One bowed more deeply three times to the Japanese emperor, he wasn't just acting ignorantly, or on impulse. His action said, "To hell with what any of the American citizens think. The One will do what HE decides to do."

At the economic summit, every other national leader greated the Japanese leader appropriately, as another leader of another nation, an equal. Only Obama acted as if he did not know any better.:(


marymary100 - 27-11-2009 at 16:19

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giron - 27-11-2009 at 19:03

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Is that one of those alien invaders that Obama is going to make an official announcement about?

That's a good example of something that you don't see in the news, isn't it?


delanti - 28-11-2009 at 04:24

Damm Damm, can I post nothing that don't turn into a dissertation on Obama? Your hate is consuming you Scholar. angrymad2angrymad2angrymad2angrymad2angrymad2angrymad2angrymad2angrymad2angrymad2angrymad2


marymary100 - 28-11-2009 at 08:13

Spot on delanti. I was disappointed to have to move your post.


giron - 28-11-2009 at 12:08

It's a sorry state of affairs if scholar can't have a dig at Obama once in a while. waggyfinger



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marymary100 - 28-11-2009 at 12:21

It depends on the definition of "a while".


giron - 28-11-2009 at 12:24

A valid point, perhaps every few posts is slightly more than once in a while.