Last week at the 2013 U.S. Saudi Business Forum, multi-billionaire Obama Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker, lavished praise on Obama and America’s new business partners, Saudi Arabia. I read the transcript of Pritzker’s speech. To call it sucking up would be an understatement.

“I’m thrilled to be here to build on the strong relationship that exists between President Obama and King Abdullah — dating back to June 2009 when both leaders visited each other’s countries,” exclaimed Secretary Pritzker as she welcomed Al Qaeda’s Wahhabi financiers to Los Angeles.

Pritzker began by applauding Saudi Minister al-Rabiah “for the warmth you have shown from day one.” She also went on to thank Minister al-Rabiah for inviting her to be the keynote speaker at the forum well before her Senate confirmation. “I appreciate the faith you had in my nomination,” swooned Pritzker. Perhaps Saudi Minister al-Rabiah had a hand in Pritzker’s nomination and successful confirmation. Given her background, it would not surprise me.

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For some reason, both the Obama Administration and the Saudi Arabian government are not happy with current trade relations between the two nations. Therefore, Obama had a party in L.A., all the Sheiks got a taste of the local talent and the un-convicted criminal Penny Pritzker offered the Saudi’s new and creative ways to build “bridges between the United States and Saudi Arabia, the largest economy in the Middle East.”