Not since JFK has a president cut such a dashing figure in a tuxedo.
Barack Obama's megawatt smile created such electricity at the state dinner honoring Chinese President Hu that we might forget that simultaneous to that gala affair, other events occurred back in Mainland
As Michelle Obama helped Mrs. Hu spread caviar on a piece of onion toast, a young village girl outside of
Government doctors inject the general anesthetic, and in a few minutes, the remnant body parts of her unborn child will be deposited in the dumpster behind the hospital. Exceeding the one child limit leads to another forced abortion.
The crab-stuffed croissants are to die for, don't you think, Secretary Clinton? Tell President Hu that we obtained the recipe from the Ritz Carlton Hotel in
And just 75 miles north of
Here is another contrast of events. As our president leads a salute to the Chinese president, he sips from a glass of champagne that we paid for at $2000 a bottle.
At that precise moment, the Chinese government holds tens of thousands of political prisoners in barbaric prisons and torture chambers disguised as mental hospitals. The World Psychiatric Association has condemned
As the world hurtled toward a global conflict with a madman in 1938,
He was wrong.
Look, we know that
But we indirectly endorse policies of murder and torture when we break out the candelabra and the good silver for the world's leading purveyor of human misery.
President Hu wore the finest clothes at the presidential banquet and smelled of the finest
But as far as I am concerned, those fine linen tablecloths were dripping with blood.
Looking through a truth lens, I saw forceps, electric cattle prods, and a gruesome array of human remains surrounding the Chinese president.
And I am distressed to see the leader of history's greatest democracy joking, complimenting, and making merry at his side.
Have a meeting with the man if you must, Mr. President, but don't entertain him in Our House.
I don't want my president spattered by atrocities dripping from the hands of immoral leaders.
I remember a President who once intoned "Tear down this wall, Mr. Gorbachev!"
It sometimes takes Chutzpah to stand up to despots.
Draw the line, Mr. President, draw the line.