El Presidente Obama Apologizes for the USA, Thanks Raul for Criticizing Us

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Obama is really grateful that the vicious dictator Raul Castro criticized us and let us know “where he feels we are falling short.”

The ‘historic’ visit to Cuba is the usual apology tour we have come to expect from this president who is caught here posed in front of the murderous Ché Guevara’s mural. Some have proposed that he was tricked into posing in that location but what do you think?

El Presidente Obama held a joint press conference with the vicious communist dictator Raul Castro Monday and agreed with Raul’s criticisms of the United States.

Obama praised the Cuban healthcare.

Is that why everyone rushes to Cuba for their heart surgeries?

Listen to this dictator.

Obama apologized for the United States again.

After listening to Cuba’s President Castro attack America over human rights, its trade embargo with Cuba, an “illegal occupation” of Guantanamo Bay, and “equal rights,” President Obama said “I personally would not disagree” with his criticisms.

“I actually welcome President Castro commenting on some of the areas where he feels we’re falling short”.

“President Castro I think has pointed out that in his view making sure everybody’s getting a decent education or health care, has basic security in old age, that those things are human rights as well,” Obama said. “I personally would not disagree with that.”

“I actually welcome President Castro commenting on some of the areas where he feels we’re falling short because I think we should not be immune or afraid of criticism or discussion as well,” Obama added.

Transcript:

“[President Castro I think has pointed out that] in his view making sure everybody’s getting a decent education or health care, has basic security in old age, that those things are human rights as well. I personally would not disagree with that. But it doesn’t detract from some of these other concerns. The goal of the human rights dialogue is not for the United States to dictate to Cuba how they should govern themselves but to make sure that we are having a frank and candid conversation around this issue. And hopefully that we can learn from each other. It does not mean it has to be the only issue we talk about. Economics, health, scientific exchanges, international cooperation on issues of regional as well as global import are also important. But this is something we are going to stay on. And you know I actually welcome president Castro commenting on some of the areas where he feels we’re falling short because I think we should not be immune or afraid of criticism or discussion as well.”

Raul ended the conference abruptly.

Watch another awkward moment by our president.

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