then commences to whine about our supposed human rights violations, which, if there are any at all, are the direct result of progressive/socialist policies.
If we are to take this one step further we could liken Obama’s lawsuit against Arizona and the subsequent report to the UN as a drug pusher who whines to his addicted flock about not being able to stop selling them dope, all the while enjoying the lavish perks of the income.
As Peter Wehner says in his article “How Obama Sees America”
It is also evidence of a particular cast of mind, one that is eager to undermine Americaâ€™s moral standing in the world. That has been a consistent effort by the current administration. We have seen if from the president, who seems to take special delight in denigrating our country before the rest of the world, and those such as Assistant Secretary of State Michael Posner, who went out of his way to assure us that in discussions with China about human rights, the Arizona law against illegal immigration was brought up â€œup early and often. It was mentioned in the first session, and as a troubling trend in our society and an indication that we have to deal with issues of discrimination or potential discrimination, and that these are issues very much being debated in our own society.â€
If the apologist in chief were to enforce the laws on the books we would have far less of a problem to deal with. But we know that’s not about to happen.
As The Heritage Foundation points out, the Universal Periodic Review is nothing more than a ham-handed praise fest for all of the human rights abusers to pat themselves on the back, and by joining the farcical circle-jerk, Obama has given the United States her first day in the barrel.Â Â ~ Umm, well, I was paraphrasing a bit there.
Again, how UN-American of you, Obummer.
UPDATE: Linked at TCOTS. Thanks General!