- Jul 21, 2009
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So the State Department feels it has to apologize to one of the worst countries in the world when it comes to human rights violations. Assistant Sec. of State Michael Posner said we have our own embarrassing habit of human rights violations and sighted the new Arizona law as a prime example.
Michelle Malkin Who is Michael Posner, and why is he apologizing to China?
Every time somebody asks them if they've read the bill under oath they say no. So how do they know what they're apologizing for??
It seems like everyone involved is getting wrapped up in the hype and like everything else these people do they are busy perpetuating an Urban Legend based on lies.
So the Obama Administration has found a target to deflect the focus from what they are doing. Arizona.....an entire state. It's pitiful.
So far Attorney General Eric Holder and Sec. of Homeland Security Janet Nepolitono both have been questioned under oath and nether of them have admitted to even reading a large portion of the ten page bill. It would take only a few minutes...but they've been spending close to a month demonizing the bill without even knowing it's contents. Their only exposure has been "A Glance" or "I've Been Made Aware"....or "I Haven't Been Briefed On It's Contents".
This would appear to be a major league scam to any open-minded person.