Obama has been apologizing to the world for what he sees as the historical "arrogance" of America's interference with other governments.
He stated that "no system of government can or should be imposed upon one nation by any other."
He then went on to tell Israel this week how they should run their country.
You want a list of apologies he's made around the world?
Jan. 26: -- in an interview with Al Arabiya
April 1: -- at a press conference ahead of the G20 in London
April 2: -- at G20 summit in London
April 2: -- President Obama, at the G20 in London, as reported by Germany's Der Spiegel, where he said, "It is true…that the (economic) crisis began in the U.S. I take responsibility, even if I wasn't even president at the time."
April 3: -- in Strasbourg, France
April 6: -- in Ankara, Turkey
April 16: -- in an op-ed that appeared in U.S. and Latin American newspapers prior to the Summit of the Americas
April 18: -- at the Summit of the Americas in Port of Spain, Trinidad, where he said, "We have at times been disengaged, and at times we sought to dictate our terms.”
Again, he says this and then turns around and dictates to Israel how they should run their country.
Now, where's the list of areas where the U.S. has been arrogant, aggressive and selfish over the last few decades? How about when we aided and defended allies in two World Wars, or sent billions of dollars in international aide to needy countries - regardless of race or religion? Then there was the assistance to South Korea in their time of need, liberating Kuwait in Operation Desert Storm, economic assistance to Eastern Europe after the Soviet Union collapsed, tripling aide to Africa, providing over $350 million to help Tsunami victims in 2004, aide to earthquake victims in Pakistan, India, China and even Iran, and then drawing attention to Darfur. Yup, if the U.S. kept its nose out of everyone's business, the world would be different.