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If Not 'Apologizing,' Mr. President, What Would You Call It?

right2think Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 1:05 PM
By your logic Roosevelt should have apologized to the Japanese for letting our ships get under their bombs. There are times when an apology is dangerous. Many nations that the President visited quietly support terrorism and those terrorist groups look for any sign of weakness. And President Obama showed them just that - weakness. Most intelligence estimates were that the Presidents tour did nothing to enhance the standing of our nation in the Middle East. 9/11/12, the Times Square Bomber, and Major Nadal, (to name a few) show us that it may have made things worse.

OK, President Obama, if you and your defenders insist on denying that you've repeatedly apologized for America, then let's quit mincing words and acknowledge you've done worse than apologize. That works for me.

Maybe it is technically inaccurate to attribute the word apology to you, because you would have to identify with America more before you could apologize on its behalf. Besides, I suppose we should not be surprised in this Clinton-inspired age of word meaninglessness -- an age in which the simple word "is" no longer feels comfortable in its own skin -- that you would deny you have apologized because...