Skip to comments.The Obama Grovel/Bow Gauge
Posted on 04/14/2010 2:14:25 PM PDT by NCjim
I dont understand this mans penchant for bowing to dictators and tyrants but thats what he does. He snubs our former allies and grovels to those who are not our friends.
He is bowing to the bank.
That’s great! I wonder if the artist can do another with O in the full-out mooning G-d muslim prayer position.
He keeps “falling over” because he doesn’t have a spine, lol.
I can think of four bows off hand, I think there have been more. One guarantee on the Grovel Gauge, we will never see him bow to a White Christian - guaranteed.
This is zerO’s way of sticking it to Whitey, using the office we created for our leaders and hijacking it to apologize to the “poor little brown people.”
“I dont understand this mans penchant for bowing to dictators and tyrants but thats what he does. He snubs our former allies and grovels to those who are not our friends.”
There is a very simple answer. He WAS raised this way. He has many customs and beliefs that are NOT American...BECAUSE HE WASN’T RAISED IN AMERICA during his formative years! FACT!
It’s the embodiment of the liberal doctrine of “I’d rather live on my knees”. Like all liberals, he only respects those who are willing and able to do him harm.
“The Divine One” is merely doing an “in your face” directed at conservative Americans. He knows it galls us.
He needs to stop walking, keep his feet together, stand up straight, keep head and torso in straight line, arms stiff at his side (not hanging loose), fingers bent (not straight, not fist), and bow from the hip, not the waist. It should be a Japanese military bow - manly and courteous.
Obama bows half-heartedly like he doesn't know how, so it looks sloppy. If you're going to acknowledge someone with a bow, bow like a man and like you mean it.
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