Two years ago, President Obama was cheered in the Middle East and around the world as he toured capital cities on a diplomatic mission of reconciliation following an administration defined by two wars. Last week looked a little different. Crowds shouted "down with Obama" in Mali, burned him in effigy in Sri Lanka and, in Spain, brought back a slogan once used to attack George W. Bush -- "no more blood for oil." Obama Faces Backlash Abroad Amid Libyan Turmoil - FoxNews.com Excuse me. I don't really even like obie wan.. but why do folks in other countries act like this? We don't publicly stomp your dictators or burn your flags in America.. why do you do it? Spain? really? Vewy puzzling behavior.