In a recent article by Andrea Peyser of the New York Post, she slams President Obama for flirting with Danish Prime Minister and says he "owes us an apology for acting like a hormone-ravaged frat boy on a road trip to a strip bar." In Ms. Peyer's entire article she rambles on like a jealous girlfriend, who seems surprised and shocked that the object of her obvious idol worship could do these things, and feels personally betrayed.

She goes on to say,

"In front of 91 world leaders, the mourning nation of South Africa and Obama's clearly furious wife, Michelle, the president flirted, giggled, whispered like a recalcitrant child and made a damn fool of himself at first sight of Denmark's voluptuously curvy and married prime minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt.

Not to be outdone by the president's bad behavior, the Danish hellcat hiked up her skirt to expose long Scandinavian legs covered by nothing more substantial than sheer black stockings.

With Michelle glowering, the world judging and mental fidelity floating into the abyss, the president leaned into the air space of the cross-legged Danish cupcake, who is known in Copenhagen as a fan of America's randy TV show "Sex and the City.' It was the memorial equivalent of a bodice-ripper."

I'm sorry, but Ms. Peyser sounds like Barack was cheating on her personally by the way she describes Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt as a "hellcat." Peyser's entire article sounds more like a gossip column written by an angry girlfriend than any kind of investigative journalism.

Where was her anger immediately after four Americans were murdered in Benghazi? Where was her outrage after learning Obama has been using the NSA to spy on American citizens, or using the IRS to target the Tea Party and other Conservative groups? Where is her indignation over the fact that almost a billion dollars of tax payer money has been spent on a government sponsored health care website that doesn't really work or is not even secure?

None of those things seem to matter as she rails on about the president acting like some amorous frat boy trying to "hook-up."

I seriously do not understand Andrea Peyser's priorities. I doubt she will read my article, but maybe she should. In fact, she should take a look at all of the articles published here at Freedom Outpost, and other websites like America Conservative 2 Conservative. We don't pull any punches with Democrats here and we certainly don't play favorites even with Republican politicians, especially when they act like progressives or RINO's.

While I agree with Andrea Peyser when she says Obama owes us and his wife an apology, it goes well beyond his idiotic behavior in South Africa, and we are owed far more than just an "apology."

It all comes down to accountability right here at home, and thus far we have yet to see any.

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