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  1. Excellent points you made SF-I’m sure “diplomatic” efforts in the form of spin and
    apologies will be forthcoming, and that will be strictly politics as usual.
    Another historical footnote is that the Nazi’s were very vocal in saying their
    eugenics programs and concentration camps were modeled after those of the
    U.S.-something else rarely if ever alluded to.
    One such spin already offered is that the President doesn’t write his own speeches-
    I guess Milli Vanilli didn’t either and we all know what a fiasco that produced-one
    would think prior to lipsyncing from a script a little proof reading might be in order,
    but people tend to get caught up in the moment, in the sound of their own voice I
    suppose.
    Must be nice to have a staff of professionals to address such things when they
    arise-maybe to pen an apology for you.

  2. Thank you , Rezinate.

    Well , I don’t fully blame Mr President, he already proved long while ago his is not acting using own free will, that he is following specific directions and changes his “mind” as often as chameleon.

    All we can hope for – that WHOLE the story will end up Rango way – as we speak about chameleons 🙂

    It’s not first time and not issue in WW2 matter for Polish people and in Poland history.

    Enigma code, concentration camps, Division 303, Witold Pilecki, Irena Sendler, Roman Czerniawski, Mieczysław Słowikowski, Maria Wittek (first Polish woman General, participated in both wars) and many more who were and are real heroes not being recognized as they should.
    And it’s just drop in the ocean, tip of iceberg.

    But WE know and remember about them – and not much surprised we have such issues- as WE, polish people, same as indigenous Americans – we always stood tall, fought for our freedom, sovereignty and honor. NEVER for money.
    And we will continue to do so, no matter what kind of lies some will try to tell about us 🙂

  3. President Obama has written a letter to the Polish president expressing “regret’’ for an inadvertent verbal gaffe that caused a storm of controversy in Poland this week.

    Obama on Tuesday used the expression “a Polish death camp’’ while honoring a Polish World War II resistance hero rather than wording that would have made clear that he meant a death camp that Nazi Germany operated on Polish soil during its wartime occupation of Poland.

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