Obama In India: Me, Myself, & I

Posted January 28th, 2015 by Iron Mike

Full-blown narcissist!  Refers to himself 118 times during a 33-minute speech – which was supposed to be about the relationship between India and the US.
Obama in India

Listen at your own risk!   
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We need to be asking what kind of groveling sycophants has he surrounded himself with, – who keep letting him do this, – even enabling it by writing these speeches and loading the teleprompters?

Get a score sheet – and BRACE YOURSELF!

Is there no one on his staff with any sense of value? Any common sense?

Come January 20th 2017, – it’s going to take a whole lot more than a Romney, a Bush, or a Chris Christie to repair the damage this narcissist is doing to our country!

4 Responses to “Obama In India: Me, Myself, & I”

  1. Tom Gilroy

    We count the days until the end of the most colossal error ever made in the history of this once great country. This pathological lying narcissist is way beyond the pail, it’s always all about him other than when he is throwing someone under the bus. This is a person who will have great difficulty being out of the limelight. One of his many homes will be in metro DC, he will be constantly commenting or criticizing the next administration, whatever party that may be. He will make Jimmy Cartridge look like a deaf mute.

  2. Casey Chapman

    I refuse to listen to his speeches, due to the fact that whenever he speaks, he lies.

  3. Prim

    I refuse to listen to his speeches, due to the fact that whenever he speaks — I have an uncontrollable urge to throw something at the TV and find myself calling the television some rather unusual names.

  4. Flick

    My wife and I cannot even stomach a clip of him on FOX. He looks over the top of the crowd, a signal that he feels he
    is above everyone.

    I happened to click on the ‘Michelle without a turban’ link on facebook to see what it produced. Way TOO many ‘you go gurl’ (sic) type comments and too much support of her ignorance of other’s culture.
    I’m sure they’re all little-or-no information voters. “You can take the … out of the jungle, but…”