01 Dec

Obama Travels Abroad to Blame America For World’s Problems

Washington, D.C. — In his inaugural speech at the COP21 climate change summit in Paris, President Obama acknowledged the terrorist attacks that occurred in the city earlier this month, but warned his fellow leaders not to be distracted from focusing on the looming threat of global warming.  President Obama took time in his speech to apologize to the world, blaming the U.S. for contributing to what he perceives as the “greatest threat.”

“I’ve come here personally as the leader of the world’s largest economy and the second largest emitter, to say that the United States of America not only recognizes our role in creating this problem, we embrace our responsibility to do something about it,” said the president. “We have broken the old arguments for inaction. We’ve proved that strong economic growth and a safer environment no longer have to conflict with one another.”

“Americans are tired of being lectured to by a President who doesn’t believe there is anything extraordinary or exceptional about the United States,” said Diana Banister, Executive Director of Citizens for the Republic. “It has become customary for President Obama to travel lavishly abroad on the taxpayer dime while hurling insults at the very people he is supposed to represent. He couldn’t even utter the phrase ‘American ingenuity’ before correcting himself and saying ‘human ingenuity’ instead. Now more than ever we need a true leader who believes in America.”

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