Okay, now that the furor has died down about the latest leg of the presidential world apology tour (tm).
Sure, he bowed to foreign dignitaries and leaders again. Sure, he shouldn't do that. He's supposedly the leader of nominally the most powerful nation in the world. No presidents have bowed or scraped to other leaders before, or at least not in the last 100 years or so. I'll give you all that.
Here's what bothers me so much.
The first time he did this, to the Leader of Saudi Arabia I believe, the amount of stink that raised went on for weeks. You would have figured that the handlers he surrounded himself with would have learned from that mistake. And don't think for a minute that it wasn't a mistake. He may have done it on purpose, but it was a mistake and on an international scale to boot.
Then, he does it again. The same mistake over again.
Let's ignore for a second that he was touted as some sort of expert on foreign relations. Disregard the fact that the second round of bows weren't the proper short from the waist ones that national leaders might be expect to do. They were the exact same sort of bows that were such the mistakes the last time.
Folks, what bothers me is the fact that this administration ISN'T learning from it's mistakes. That's the sobering thought for tonight. What other sorts of mistakes are we gonna see this lot make AND REPEAT?