Perhaps naive conservatives can be forgiven for hoping Obama would never make that mistake again, but we were hoping in vain:
"While in Strasbourg, President Barack Obama told an audience in a townhall meeting that America needs to change its attitude toward Europe. He said America was wrong for not celebrating Europe's 'dynamic union' and not seeking 'to partner' with them to better address the 'common challenges' that face our nations. He even went so far as to say past American policy was misguided because it had 'shown arrogance and been dismissive, even derisive...'"
When abroad, Obama criticizes his own country, tells us that his job is to focus on the well-being of International Muslims, and bows to foreign potentates (literally). At home, Obama has told us that we should live our lives in accordance with the wishes of "other countries."
As long as Obama insists on being the Groveler-in-Chief, there is no one truly representing the citizens of the United States of America.*
*...And taxation with out representation is tyranny.
Funny! American Tea Time for Obama.
Obama Is the ‘Arrogant, Dismissive, and Derisive’ One
Newt: Obama has a fantasy foreign policy