- The Washington Times - Friday, October 9, 2009


The foreign policy theme of the Obama administration was established early on when our glittering young president embarked on a European tour of apology in the misguided belief that rogue states would requite our groveling with a little of their own. His refusal to welcome the Dalai Lama, the gentlest of souls, to the White House, the first such refusal in decades, while glad-handing sundry despots from all over the globe, is consistent with his policy of diminishing allies while kowtowing to enemies (“Obama bows again,” Editorial, Tuesday). This is an insult to the Dalai Lama, to Tibetans and to followers of Tibetan Buddhism. It is not only a disgrace but also a striking affront to decency. It should shame all Americans.



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