Had enough?

This incident might be chalked up to an over-zealous underling at our State Department. But it’s of a piece with the Obamatons world-wide apology tour. Whether it’s Obama’s serial apologies for America, his bowing to foreign princes and potentates, the invention of a great Islamic past, or his trashing of Israel, or his sucking up to the Iranian mullahs and every other sort of tin-pot dictator, this administration has shown that it is not an American administration.

Obama may (or may not) be a “natural born citizen,” but he’s not one of us. He is foreign. He is a leftist radical who disguised his intentions. He has staffed his administration with academic lefties, most of whom have never held a real job. But this is only as expected, since our Community Organizer-in-Chief is a soft-hands radical.

In the most recent instance in this march toward a One World socialist society, we have a State Department bed-wetter who apologized to Red China for our human rights problems. That’s right. To Red China, that has its own gulag. To Red China, that has murdered tens of millions of its citizens. To Red China, that to this day violently oppresses its citizens, has no political freedom, and continues its brutal occupation and cultural destruction of Tibet.

Yes, that Red China. As reported by ABC, in last week’s meetings with the dictators of Beijing, a man with the Orwellian title of Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy Human Rights and Labor, noted,

“We brought it [the Arizona law enforcing Federal immigration law] up 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 these are issues very much being debated in our own society,”

Well, yes, there are some who debate whether the Arizona law is a good thing or a bad thing. Just as there are those who debate any of our laws, including the laws against pederasty.

The crucial difference is that representatives of our government should not be trashing our country. We need to remind these people that they are supposed to represent American interests, not make cheap political points while talking to our adversaries.

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