I was hoping that President Obama's meeting with The Dalai Lama would make amends for his snub of the Tibetan spiritual leader last October.
Lee Vanden Brink's caption is worth a thousand words and then some. It's no way to treat a fellow Nobel Laureate.
Kelley Currie has all the sordid details at The Weekly Standard. As she so eloquently asks:
If the American president can't manage to treat the Dalai Lama with an appropriate level of dignity and respect, how can we seriously ask the Chinese to sit down and negotiate with him on matters of core national interest?
Or put another way, how can the Obama Administration ask China to treat The Dalai Lama with respect if they treat him like garbage?