Obama, Dancing Through Tragedy

Polizette — As Americans die, ‘global partners’ hurting, he appears aloof and out of touch

President Obama claims to be a man of the world, but his actions in the face of the Brussels tragedy prove otherwise, says LifeZette Editor-in-Chief Laura Ingraham.

As the world stands in shock at the atrocity carried out by Islamic terrorists in Belgium, Obama decides to tango the night away, Ingraham noted on Fox News’ “Special Report.” “That he couldn’t have turned down the dance — that would have been just a moment” to offer solidarity, she said.

“Think about how many times he’s invoked the global community” and “global understanding, citizen of the world,” said Ingraham. “And this is a time where our allies are really hurting … these bombs vaporized people … we have missing Americans.”

“The burdens of global citizenship continue to bind us together,” Obama said in Berlin in 2008. Obama’s hypocrisy in turning his back on our European allies is made all the more jarring by the steps he’s taken to diminish America in the eyes of the world in an apparent effort to appease it.

From his infamous Apology Tour at the beginning of his presidency, to his repeated slights against our British allies, and most recently in Cuba, where he praised the Cuban Revolution and American Revolutions as equally legitimate “liberation movements.”

“For president Obama, his role is not so much to be out there projecting American strength, but restraining America,” said Ingraham. For Obama “America is a problem with the world, whether it’s on Gitmo, whether it’s on the Second Amendment” or “aggressive foreign policy — we are the problem” as far as Obama is concerned, Ingraham said.

“The burdens of global citizenship continue to bind us together,” Obama said in Berlin in 2008. Obama’s hypocrisy in turning his back on our European allies is made all the more jarring by the steps he’s taken to diminish America in the eyes of the world in an apparent effort to appease it.

From his infamous Apology Tour at the beginning of his presidency, to his repeated slights against our British allies, and most recently in Cuba, where he praised the Cuban Revolution and American Revolutions as equally legitimate “liberation movements.”

“For president Obama, his role is not so much to be out there projecting American strength, but restraining America,” said Ingraham. For Obama “America is a problem with the world, whether it’s on Gitmo, whether it’s on the Second Amendment” or “aggressive foreign policy — we are the problem” as far as Obama is concerned, Ingraham said.

OBAMA SLAMMED FOR TANGO PHOTO OP IN AFTERMATH OF BRUSSELS’ ATTACKS — Fox News Latino

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