Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Obama Administration To UN - We Apologize For Our Racist, Evil Country!

I did a double take when I read about this, but I shouldn't have been surprised.

Here's a bit from the Obama State Department's first report to the UN Human Rights Council, sent for the approval of beacons of human rights like Libya, Saudi Arabia,and Pakistan:

In its first-ever report to the U.N. Human Rights Council on conditions in the United States, the State Department said Monday that some Americans, notably minorities, are still victims of discrimination. Despite success in reforming such inequities as slavery and the denial of women's right to vote, the department said, considerable progress is still needed.

"Although we have made great strides, work remains to meet our goal of ensuring equality before the law for all," it said.

The report noted that although the U.S. now has an African-American president and that women and Hispanics have won greater social and economic success, large segments of American society suffer from unfair policies and practices.

High unemployment rates, hate crime, poverty, poor housing, lack of access to health care and discriminatory hiring practices are among the challenges the report identified as affecting blacks, Latinos, Muslims, South Asians, Native Americans and gays and lesbians in the United States.

You know what's really pathetic? Obama and his minions absolutely belive this nonsense.

And that's a part of why Obama's numbers are so abysmal now - because Americans are finally coming to terms with the fact that we have a president who doesn't like his country much.

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1 comment:

louielouie said...

We Apologize For Our Racist, Evil Country!

how dare he.
i'm proud to be a racist living in an evil country.
as a matter of fact it could be a little more racist and evil and still wouldn't come up to the standards established by the majority of despots seated in the general assembly center.

with the fact that we have a president who doesn't like his country much.

it may be proper grammar, but i would have preferred ff not state this in the manner in which he did. i would have preferred the use of the word "our" as opposed to his.
the possessive form used......i threw up in my mouth a little bit when i read that.