Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Sacks on: Outreach, Yes. Apology, No.

Leslie J. Sacks writes a comment about Charles Krauthammer’s Washington Post op-ed that reads in essence that President Barack Hussein Obama’s desire to reach out to Muslims is good; however if that reaching out includes an apology for how American relations with Muslims is a bit cantankerous then BHO is crossing the line of reality.

An Islamic agenda of ravaging American interests outside and inside the USA is heinous and deserves a response that demonstrates to the Muslim world that America is not Islamic Supremacism’s dhimmi patsy.

JRH 2/18/09

Sacks on: Outreach, Yes. Apology, No.

Leslie J. Sacks
Sent to SlantRight: Tue 2/17/2009 2:53 PM
Leslie’s Blog

Outreach, Yes. Apology, No.

Note that Obama's first official interview after his inauguration was given to Al Arabiya, the international Arabic news station based in Dubai.

Intended to be an apology for past sins and a promise for future reconciliation, the interview brandished the standard liberal penchant for appeasement, an approach which is distinguished primarily by its distance from reality. It seems the left intuits what seems to be wrong, feels what ought to be right, and believes that the former will become the latter merely by telling the world whatever it hopes to hear from us.

History and truth are thus subjugated to a 'feel good' projection.

Charles Krauthammer's masterful article exposes these crucial issues and more, with a clarity of vision and essence that (re-)confirms him as one of America's foremost commentators. If honesty and truth be the Creator's rod, then Krauthammer certainly is His humble servant.


Mr. Leslie J. Sacks
Los Angeles, California

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