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Obama gives a native greeting to citizens of the Republic of Hawaii attending the APAICS conference. More fodder for those who chide Obama for going around the globe apologizing and salaaming world leaders.
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(credit:Reuters caption:  U.S. President Barack Obama gestures shaka at the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) 18th annual gala dinner in Washington May 8, 2012. The shaka sign is a common greeting gesture. It is often associated with Hawaii.)
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Obama gives a native greeting to citizens of the Republic of Hawaii attending the APAICS conference. More fodder for those who chide Obama for going around the globe apologizing and salaaming world leaders.

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(credit:Reuters caption: U.S. President Barack Obama gestures shaka at the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) 18th annual gala dinner in Washington May 8, 2012. The shaka sign is a common greeting gesture. It is often associated with Hawaii.)

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Hawaii Caucus: This is how they vote in foreign countries 
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(photo credit: Kent Nishimura / EPA caption:  Caucus goers wait to cast their ballot at a Republican Presidential Caucus at the President McKinley High School Cafeteria in Honolulu, Hawaii, on March 13, 2012. This is the first year the State of Hawaii is using a caucus to decide how its delegate votes are used.)
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Hawaii Caucus: This is how they vote in foreign countries

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(photo credit: Kent Nishimura / EPA caption: Caucus goers wait to cast their ballot at a Republican Presidential Caucus at the President McKinley High School Cafeteria in Honolulu, Hawaii, on March 13, 2012. This is the first year the State of Hawaii is using a caucus to decide how its delegate votes are used.)

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