Once Again the Obama Administration Sells Out the Dalai Lama


Did you know the Dalai Lama was in Washington this past week? No? Of course you didn’t.

Apparently, President Obama and Secretary Clinton couldn’t clear five minutes from their schedules to meet with the Nobel Peace Prize winner, lest it upset Beijing. Because, you know, that’s this administration’s idea of leadership- pandering to tyrants and special interests and then giving lofty human rights speeches.

Well, at least the Dalai Lama was spared the indignity of having to enter the White House through the servants entrance alongside where the WH keeps its garbage, like last time.

I love how we have totally sold out Tibet.

As far as I’m concerned, this administration shouldn’t meet with him at any point in the future- they don’t DESERVE to meet with such a great leader.

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3 Comments on “Once Again the Obama Administration Sells Out the Dalai Lama”

  1. Pilgrim Says:

    As you imply, one man deserved his Nobel peace prize (Dalai Lama). The other (B obama) probably not.

    Reply

    • Stacy Says:

      Both Barack Obama and the Nobel Prize committee should be totally embarrassed with themselves. On last count, how many wars does our very own peace prize president have us engaged in with no end in sight? 1. Afghanistan 2. Pakistan (covert) 3. Libya (but according to Obama this one doesn’t involve “hostilities” 4. Yemen and 5. Iraq- the WH is pushing to get Iraq to tell us they need us to leave troops there.

      And coming up next….Iran!

      Reply

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