Skip to comments.Obama: "I'm Enourmously Proud of" Myself... "All the Choices [I've] Made Have Been Right"
Posted on 10/19/2011 1:54:10 PM PDT by rightistight
Would you like to see a delusional man? Look no further than President Barack Obama in a recent interview with ABC. Republicans have been slamming the President for being out-of-touch. Considering that unemployment is above 9%, the economy is, at best, extremely rocky and volatile, and yet Mr. and Mrs. Obama spend millions pushing their own agenda, Mr. Obama should probably tone down his rhetoric.
However, in this new interview, the President dials up his ego to extreme heights. Here are just a few excerpts:
Reporter: And the other question I have is it seems as though sometimes your pitch, or the White House pitch, is you're almost a victim in this. You're not responsible when you have gotten so much past. I just wonder if you think that's effective to say, "it's those mean Republicans who are blocking me," when you've really gotten a lot done?
Obama: Well, what we've gotten done I'm enormously proud of and it's making a difference...
Obama on what he has done as President:
Obama: I believe all the choices we've made have been the right ones.
(Excerpt) Read more at punditpress.com ...
“and it’s making a difference”
According to the patron Saint Saul of Alinsky!
He’s going to dislocate his arm like that - patting himself on the back.
“Delusion is not just a river in Africa.”
(he didn’t really say that, but it’s something he might say)
He is destroying America at a blinding fast rate, his goal. Of course he is proud of himself.
Is Ibama’s teleprompter malfunctioning again?
This is proof of what Rush has been saying all along.
It certainly has made a difference—everything you have done has caused higher unemployment, more foreclosures, spread poverty to millions, food stamps to millions more than before you took office, troops in Africa now and our country has become the laughing stock of the entire world. The man is in need of psychiatric help IMMEDIATELY!!!
Narcissistic, delusional, sociopathologic, etc., Obama’s melon is a target rich environment for psychological assessment.
it’s hard to go wrong when you only choose from 5-star golf courses.
If Obama saw that picture, he’d be rooting for the train to destroy that nasty, global-warming producing murder machine (the car and the person)
malignant narcissism 1.1
This calls for a
I think we are seeing the first president of our Republic who is truly deranged and unbalanced to the point he may require a complete mental evaluation to determine his competency to hold office.
I’d like to know what can happen, mentally, to a person when his narcissism has been challenged, scoffed at then finally laughed at.
His whole ego thrives and desperately needs total admiration from everyone and he is seeing that all slip away so he is doubling down on his narcissism with these bazaar statements.
He is like a compulsive gambler who will play until they lose everything or a addict who fatally overdoses to get back ‘that feeling’.
One must realize that his decisions were made to accomplish his goals and achieve the results he sought. And in that regard, he has made much progress.
It's just a matter of perspective. Anyone who thinks he has been working for the betterment of the country in traditional terms is delusional. His goal is destruction, division and chaos. He has been quite sucessful in those goals. He is proud of his work.
..and his golf, (FLOG) scores are better. And there is the shovel ready job when he hits his ball into a sand trap!
Let me see, off the top of my head let us see what Obama has done that he does not think is wrong.
Domestic: Shovel-ready jobs?
Foreign: The 2009 green revolution in Iran that Obama never even mentioned favorably.
Mr President, your statement; “I believe all the choices we’ve made have been the right ones.”, is a logical absolute which means that any fallacy renders the entire argument wrong. I believe that this is something taught in 1st year law school but maybe you missed that day.
The greatest mistake is to imagine that we never err. Thomas Carlyle;-)
He's right about that. I did a cross check against the "Communist Manifesto".
As the song says, “it’s hard to be humble, when you’re perfect in every way.”
There is an early “Peanuts” strip in which Lucy is telling someone, maybe Charlie Brown, that she has never made a mistake. “I thought I did once, but I was wrong.”
It really doesn’t matter what he says or does because nobody will stop him.
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