The Boy King: Where Do O Bow Now?
When not making gaffes due to a sputtering teleprompter, it seems boy king O-Bow-Now's handlers simply point him at the latest thug king or emperor with instructions to bow down as low as he possibly can. It's a good thing O-Bow-Now didn't face the challenges of coming up through the ghetto as, unfortunately, too many blacks do. If he ever had to do time, his flexibility in being able to bend over so far would have gotten him on any jail's ten most wanted and taken list.
There was a recent headline claiming O-Bow-Now was America's first Pacific POTUS. I stop short of that, simply referring to him as our first un-American head executive. Obviously O-Bow-Now doesn't have a clue what it means to be one, let alone its president.
Bill Clinton disgraced the Oval Office by putting a young female intern on her knees. O-Bow-Now is just taking it to the logical next step, all but hitting his knees himself to any and every alleged world potentate. That seems to be the case except for our traditional allies like Britain, Canada and Australia, of course. That's likely just too all fired American for him. Tragically, O-Bow-Now's misguided acquiescence to the world's leaders and more tyrannical dictators seems to go hand-in-hand with his weak foreign policy, too.
Let's hope he bends over this easily in 2012 so we can kick his sorry azz out of the WH where it never belonged in the first place. Hail the boy media king obsessed with his image and determined to destroy the country's economy just as the media all but destroyed its culture before hand. By 2012, it'll be well past time to take it back and we can get a good start on it in 2010. Be sure to remember that! Don't get mad, get engaged in our political process. If O-Bow-Now can't stand up for America, it falls to us to do it. No one else can, or will.
How low will the new American president go for the world's royalty?
This photo will get Democrat President Obama a lot of approving nods in Japan this weekend, especially among the older generation of Japanese who still pay attention to the royal family living in its downtown castle. Very low bows like this are a sign of great respect and deference to a superior.
To some in the United States, however, an upright handshake might have looked better. Remember Michelle Obama casually patting Britain's Queen Elizabeth on the back during their Buckingham Palace visit? America's royalty tends to make movies and get bad reviews and lots of money as a sign of respect.
Obama could receive some frowns back home as he did for his not-quite-this-low-or-maybe-about-the-same-bow to the Saudi king not so long ago. (See photo here)