Skip to comments.Obama's Apology Tour Was Crafted By Handful Of Radical Advisors
Posted on 10/25/2012 7:53:09 AM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
President Obama indignantly denied Mitt Romney's charge in Monday's final debate that his foreign policy amounts to "an apology tour" around the world.
"This has been probably the biggest whopper that's been told during the course of this campaign," Obama protested. "And every fact-checker and every reporter who's looked at it, governor, has said this is not true."
In fact, the president has followed a "doctrine of mea culpa" crafted by a handful of radical advisers who have urged him to, in so many words, apologize for America's war on terror and nuclear superiority.
Samantha Power. "U.S. foreign policy has to be rethought," according to Obama's national security adviser for multilateral affairs and human rights. "Instituting a doctrine of mea culpa would enhance our credibility by showing that American decision-makers do not endorse the sins of their predecessors."
Power has suggested the president literally bow to foreign leaders, as atonement for Americans' "sins" and that's exactly what he's done.
A former New Republic journalist, Power is also a 9/11 apologist
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Obama apologized to Japan for our ending thr war.
Did we apologize yet to Germany for invading them in ‘45??
Clockwise from upper left: Samantha Power, Harold Koh, Rose Gottemoeller and Anne-Marie Slaughter.
Lesbians and metrosexuals, as usual
Rose looks like a blonde Reno.
Good article, not too long yet loaded with info about O’s people. A real eye opener. Thanks.
Obama is a perfect reverse barometer of the truth.
Rose looks like a light skinned Shannon Sharpe
Power reminds me of a Manson family member..
When your clueless bow to foreign leaders,it’s his motto.
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