Obama apology tour continues – Sorry Argentinians because….

I didn’t think we could get through his last tour of Argentina without a bow, bend or otherwise denigrating the U.S. This one is particularly annoying. One has to dig deep on this one. Try about 40 years. Meanwhile Obama supports the most repressive regimes, oh yes he does, and decries we didn’t support Democracy in Argentina? Then I give you a clip done in 2012. You decide.

It was 40 years ago that the Argentine military overthrew the civilian government that had been unable to deal with Marxist guerrillas and left-wing violence in general. What followed was a brutal suppression of human rights and murder on an unimaginable scale by the military.

It’s nice that the president found it within himself to condemn the “dirty war” that the U.S. did nothing to stop.

The U.S. did not openly support the military’s tactics, but we didn’t say very much against them either. This left an opening for President Obama to apologize to the Argentinian people for our lack of enthusiasm in working to overthrow a government battling a communist insurgency.

It’s a shame he couldn’t have found the moral courage to make the same criticism of the Castro boys. They’ve been disappearing people for 57 years.

“There has been controversy about the policies of the United States early in those dark days,” Obama said while visiting a memorial park in Buenos Aires dedicated to victims of the dictatorship.

“Democracies have to have the courage to acknowledge when we don’t live up to the ideals that we stand for. And we’ve been slow to speak out for human rights and that was the case here,” he said.

More at PJ Media

Bonus update: 

Published on Oct 23, 2012 – President’s apology tour four years ago.

President Obama says the idea that he went on an “apology tour” is probably the “biggest whopper” of this campaign. You decide.


12 Responses to “Obama apology tour continues – Sorry Argentinians because….”

  1. Steve Dennis Says:

    The man never misses an opportunity to bash the US while on foreign soil! He seems to believe that by apologizing he can make the other nations love us but all he does is make us look weak.

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  2. Silverfiddle Says:

    Obama’s comments constitute one more link in his chain of anti-American stupidity.

    We had nothing to do with the Dirty Wars and that regime (even back then Argentinians, including the government) hated the US.

    However, Obama validated the hate-filled blame-America-for-everything conspiracies stoked by the anti-American losers down there.

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  3. Mustang Says:

    Obama, the constitutional scholar, offers us a false narrative oft repeated by the communist left: that the United States is a Democracy; it is not. The United States is a federal republic. With that said, all nations (except those controlled by a moron) always act in their perceived self-interests. We are not friends with Argentina except to the extent that they have something we want, and we have something they want. So what would Obama the peacemaker have preferred in response to Argentine revolution? Obama truly is an effing moron, and he has no skill with the Tango. We should expect from Pope Francis no more and no less than what he is, as measured from deep inside: he is a leftist. This equates to exercising more power over the people. This he shares with all leftists, including Obama and Hillary Rotten Clinton.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The same goes in Libya and Egypt. There was tolerance for minorities.. They weren’t being slaughtered, and yes life was not so good, but how is a failed state better? They gave us no trouble, and in time were coming our way.

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  4. petermc3 Says:

    … and who from the RNC apologizes for sucking this anti-american Islamist’s ass for the past almost eight years. Who from the lying, deceitful, weasel/lemming republican held congress apologizes for doing nothing, nada, zero to stop this american hating traitor’s agenda of destruction dead in its tracks? That would be an apology tour we’d all like to see and hear.

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