Obama administration to China we're sorry: Arizona Law shows America has Human rights violations

I am not sure if one should laugh or cry over our government apologizing to China for human rights violations.  The Administration pointed to the Arizona law as an example of racial discrimination happening right here in the United States.  saying so makes it appear that no one in that Administration ever been to China?  How about Tibet?

The administration continues it’s tirade on local police judgment.  I guess they think all law enforcement officers act “stupidly”  when asking for a drivers license on a traffic stop.  This type of rhetoric continues to show that the Obama administration believes in a stronger central government for law enforcement.

Oh surprise, anyone who has taken a few government classes knows that Democrats think that the population at large are stupid and need the government to tell them what is good for them.

This from the DailyCaller:

If I wrote this as a joke, I’d catch crap for falsely depicting Barry & Co. as a bunch of pinkos. Associated Press:

The United States and China reported no major breakthroughs Friday after only their second round of talks about human rights since 2002…

Michael Posner, the assistant secretary of state, told reporters that another round will happen some time next year in Beijing…

Posner said in addition to talks on freedom of religion and expression, labor rights and rule of law, officials also discussed Chinese complaints about problems with U.S. human rights, which have included crime, poverty, homelessness and racial discrimination.

He said U.S. officials did not whitewash the American record and in fact raised on its own a new immigration law in Arizona that requires police to ask about a person’s immigration status if there is suspicion the person is in the country illegally.

That’s right: We said “sorry” to China for violating human rights by enforcing our own immigration laws.

China.

China.

From HotAir:

The Obama administration continued its Apology Tour into a second year, this time taking it by surrogate to Beijing.  As my friend and NARN colleague John Hinderaker notes at Power Line, the notion that the US owes China any sort of apology on human rights is “unfreakingbelievable.”  It’s especially mystifying when it comes to enforcement of immigration law, as the White House expressed diplomatic regret over Arizona’s new provision to enforce existing law in the absence of a federal effort:

via Hot Air » Obama administration to China: Sorry about that racist AZ law; Update: How China treated Mexicans last year.

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