What Do the Germans Have in Common With the Dalai Lama?



Answer: now the Germans have been dissed by President Obama too.

Two weeks ago, the Bama threw a man of great peace, the Dalai Lama, under the bus. He became the first president since 1991 to refuse to meet with him in order to share a cup of tea and a few words of moral support. Instead, he iced the Dalai Lama so as not to upset the Chinese, with whom he’s scheduled to meet in early November. Apparently, the president cannot walk and chew gum at the same time.

Today we learn that the Bama has canceled his scheduled appearance in Germany on November 9 to mark the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The collapse of the Wall is one of the greatest triumphs of human liberty over tyranny in the history of mankind, but the Bama can’t be bothered.

He’s got other stuff to do. Like play golf. Smoke. Chat up J. Lo. Joyride to Copenhagen. Take Michelle out to dinner. Shoot hoops. Groove to Thalia.

The German people, who fought so valiantly for so long for freedom, shouldn’t feel too badly about it, though. They’re in the fine company of other key allies whom the Bama has unceremoniously dissed: the British, the French, the Israelis, all of Eastern Europe, Georgia, South Korea, and Japan.

Not to mention his own people.

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