The Power of “I”

Posted September 4th, 2012 by Jim Ettwein

Has anyone else noticed that for someone who says, “You didn’t build that…”  he uses “I” an awful lot?  It occurred to me that he may think he’s the only person who has actually built something for himself… and that he figures he was involved in everything else that everyone else built.  What a jackass. rr

3 Responses to “The Power of “I””

  1. Tom

    It is not surprising that the Narcissist in Chief is totally enamoured with himself. His two most favorite personal pronouns are “I” and “Me”. He loves telling stories about himself and his athletic prowess and other such trivial matters. This is what we would expect from a dictator rather than the President of the United States.

  2. Rabid Republican

    Reminiscent of Kim Jong-Il’s record for the most holes in one in a round of golf. I think it still stands. 🙂 rr

  3. Flick

    There’s no ME nor I in MEssIah! No, wait; yes there is…