No Apologies Needed

Michael Ramirez satirizes Barack Obama’s apologetic persona on the occasion of his visit to Normandy:


To be fair, though, Obama has not gone overboard on this trip as he did on his first apology tour of Europe. In fact, contrary to my prediction, he managed to get in and out of Dresden without apologizing for the city’s WWII bombing. That’s a good thing. I assume it reflects his awareness of the negative reaction the apology tour engendered. If he’s learned from that experience, he should be commended.


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