Obama bows, again

Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the verb “[to] bow” as “to bend the head, body, or knee in reverence, submission, or shame”; “to incline (as the head) especially in respect or submission.”

When the President of the United States meets other heads of state, he does so not just as himself. He is representing the American people. And the People of the United States of America do not bow “in reverence, submission, or shame” to anyone.

But Obama’s doing it again — bowing to the political leader of yet another country.

First, Obama bowed low in obeisance to the king of Saudi Arabia:

Then, Obama bowed low in obeisance to the emperor of Japan — that antiquated feudal holdover, whom many Japanese still believe to be the direct descendant of the sun goddess Amaterasu.

Now, he’s bowing to the president of Mexico — that POS who recently praised Obama for going over Congress to extend amnesty to illegal alien youths:

Mexican President Felipe Calderon welcomes Obama to Mexico for the G20 Leaders Summit in Los Cabos, Baja California, June 18, 2012. (Photo by Paul J. Richard of AFP)

H/t WeaselZippers

But when he’s speaking to the American people, that fraud has his chin arrogantly up in the air like the Italian dictator, Benito Mussolini:

No wonder other heads of state don’t respect him.

CBS reports this morning that not only did Obama not get an agreement from Russian president Vladimir Putin on Syria, “interestingly [...] President Obama got a bit of a lecture from Putin about some other failed transitions that are going on around the world.”

~Eowyn

11 responses to “Obama bows, again

  1. Don’t fault the guy, he is just looking real hard for a golf course. We should be thankful, he can do much less damage on the front 9 than at “home” with the executive order pen!!

  2. The “Blow-job Prince”.

  3. lowtechgrannie

    Maybe he developed the habit of bowing from his childhood in Indonesia:

    Elders are must be respected through performing salim, for example when shaking the hand of older persons, such as parents, grandparents and teachers, the youngsters are expected to touch the top of the elder’s palm with the tip of their nose or forehead to express respect to elders. This salim gesture is similar to how a gentleman kissing the hand of a lady, with exception it is only tip of nose or forehead that touch the hand, not the lips. This can be seen in both the village and families.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etiquette_in_Indonesia

    “Many Indonesians may give a slight bow or place their hands on their heart after shaking your hand.”

    http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/indonesia.html

  4. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this revealing post. He is so sickening.

  5. Maybe he just lost a contact lens……:)

  6. Ugh, I know violence is wrong, but if I was a guy and I saw somebody with their nose up in the air like that, I’d just have to clock him.

  7. the “Drug Money” these two pull in along with Afganistan,I would imagine is huge. They both belong on a stick.

  8. The Bible says every knee will bow, every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. That means he will have to bow too, the word says”every knee” so he’ll be bowing out of his sickening bowingness any minute now.
    The Word has a way of catching up with us all just when we least expect it.

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