Ich bin ein snoop?
I won’t bore you with the details but, if you would like to read about BO’s flat speech and the less then enthusiastic greeting go to Spiegel for an interesting take on US/EU relationship.
On Tuesday, the head of the largest and most all-encompassing surveillance system ever invented is coming for a visit. If Barack Obama is our friend, then we really don’t need to be terribly worried about our enemies.
MO and the girls visited the Holocaust Memorial and the remnants of the Berlin Wall. Hopefully they will begin to understand what “never again” means. Talk about discrimination, Jews are still the most vilified minority group on the planet.
At one point during the tour, Malia thoughtfully reached out to touch one of the stone monuments as her younger sister looked on.
They were also accompanied by President Barack Obama‘s half-sister, Auma Obama.
The group were given a guided talk by Uwe Neumaerker, director of the foundation for the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.
When you help create a monster…..it will definitely turn on you eventually. AP and others finding that out the hard way.
Associated Press’ president Gary Pruitt on Wednesday slammed the Department of Justice for acting as “judge, jury and executioner” in the seizure of the news organization’s phone records and he said some of the wire service’s longtime sources have clammed up in fear
So much for that First Amendment thingy.
More people attend the TEA Party rally in DC than the Obama speech in Berlin. Unlike Obama, they aren’t sweating or stuttering.
- Obama to strengthen family ties in Berlin (thetimes.co.uk)
- Racist! Chris Matthews notices Greatest Orator Evah struggled in Berlin without teleprompter (twitchy.com)
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