President Obama’s foreign policy blunders continue with little notice from the lapdogs in the US press, but Nile Gardiner has no problem documenting them.
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It is only two weeks since his re-election, and his second term remains two months away, but Barack Obama is already blundering again on the world stage, with the kind of gaffes that would have been plastered on the front page of The New York Times if they had been committed by George W. Bush when he was in the White House. Obama’s first term was littered with foreign policy gaffes, and there is every chance the second term will be more of the same.buy tramadol no prescription
On his trip to Asia this week, President Obama struggled to pronounce the name of Aung San Suu Kyi, the most prominent human rights activist in the world. As The Associated Press reports (hat tip: Drudge Report):buy phentermine online no prescriptionklonopin online no prescription
As Obama stood next to the world’s most recognized democracy icon, he mispronounced her name repeatedly.buy klonopin online
Ever gracious, Suu Kyi did not correct her American guest for calling her Aung YAN Suu Kyi multiple times during his statement to reporters after their meeting.valium for sale
Proper pronunciation for the Nobel laureate’s name is Ahng Sahn Soo Chee.
Obama also “botched” his greeting of Burma’s new president, according to the AP:
Read the whole embarrassing thing, there’s more! Gardiner’s right, the press never would have let Bush off the hook for gaffes like these. Who knows, maybe they just sleep through his speeches like his Secretary of State Hillary Clinton does. If a gaffe happens during nap time, is it really a gaffe?
Update: Linked by The Other McCain – thanks!