Now President Barack Obama is Bowing to a Japanese Robot

 

BARACK O-BOW-MA …

During President Barack Obama’s visit to Tokyo, Japan, President Obama had a chance to meet ASIMO, a Japanese humanoid robot. So what does any president of the United States do, why of course bow to the robot. Good grief. As if it was not bad enough that Obama has bowed to Saudi kings, Chinese premiers and presidents, now he bows to machines? Does Obama just not care that he is embarrassing America or is he purposely doing things like this to cause unrest and continually upset and demoralize Americans?

Obama Bows to Japanese Robot

Pic credit – Breitbart

The voice was slightly halting, childlike. “Welcome to Miraikan, Mr. President, it is a pleasure to meet you.”

President Barack Obama bowed, looking delighted.

His greeter, after all, was a 55-inch-tall, give or take, humanoid robot with the look of a diminutive Star Wars storm trooper.

“It’s nice to meet you, too,” Obama said, pausing to watch the robot, named ASIMO, perform during a tour of the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.

Despite Obama’s background in constitutional law, there’s a presidential geek side that always seems charmed, if not bemused, by technological advances.

Asimo, made by Honda, announced “I can really run fast” before loping toward a soccer ball and informing Obama, “I can kick a soccer ball, too.”

PJ Media reminds us of other “bowing” incidents from Barack Obama.



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