Skip to comments.Awkward photos of the day: Overly affectionate Obama terrorizes Burma
Posted on 11/20/2012 9:43:35 AM PST by yoe
[snip] During his six-hour stop in Burma en route to Thailand, President Obama stopped at the home of Burma opposition leader (and fellow Nobel Prize winner) Aung San Suu Kyi where he posed for some pretty awkward photos
Theres the terrified side hug:
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He’s just a chip off the old block!!
What in the hell is WRONG with that dork? I hope they don’t leave out the S T U P I D shot of him waving in the group photo. Mercy. He may be ruthless at home, but he is a shameful dingbat abroad. We are SOOO poked.
Let’s not forget that a man even TOUCHING a woman without her consent in parts of Asia is bad form and considered disrespectful. He’s essentially telling the world, “This is my bitch.”
Then again, he broke so many protocols with the Queen that I doubt he’d ever be invited back.
He went thru puberty while living in Asia, obviously got the hots for Asian womyn
He's channeling Clinton's sick perversions.
What a predator.
Reuter video.. U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton discuss democratic reform and human rights on historic visit to Myanmar. Jessica Gray reports.
"Eees very bad to drink Jobu's Rum.....very bad."
People have been calling this a “gaffe,” but I disagree. Obama *knew* this was a faux pas, but did it to her anyway as an expression of dominance.
He is performing ritual. I am surprised.
Do not feed my god a peanut!
What a creep!
Can you say “War on some women,” using them as props for his never ending Narcissism promotions of himself!
"Mr. Obama! Please do not offer my God a cocktail!"
A new trainee at the William Jefferson Blythe Clinton school of charm and exotic seductions.
He has no clue of the modesty of the people.
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