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Skip to comments.Obama honors Nobel winner with statement about himself
Posted on 12/10/2010 8:03:44 AM PST by Leaning Right
Critics have often said of Obama that "it's all about him," that he has a tendency to reference himself no matter what subject he is discussing. Could he do any more to prove them right?
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
Rather typical of the classic narcissist. Unbeliebable.
“One year ago, I was humbled to receive the Nobel Peace Prize — an award that speaks to our highest aspirations, and that has been claimed by giants of history and courageous advocates who have sacrificed for freedom and justice.”
More appalling narcissim from our Dear Leader. What were Obama’s “sacrifices for freedom and justice” may I ask?
Jerk the Wonder Prez has never been “humbled” in his life - but he’s about to be by the new Republican House.
New York Times sanitized their reporting on this speech, by the way, to minimize the Ego in Chief’s references to himself.
One commenter put it best - “I wish this Presidency had a “mute” button.
Limited ability to care about anything or anyone other than himself.
Right, I read that this morning but 100% not surprised.
With his (lack of) achievement, [note: Obama never ever suffered any hardship at all for his ‘achievement’ at world peace],
if he does not constantly referring to himself, who would notice that Teh Won is also a ‘winna’?
In fact, he was so arrogant that students, when speaking of the arrogance of fellow students, used to rank them on the Obamameter.
Obama is a clueless, tone-deaf, narcissistic asswipe.
I see a booger.
He meant to say "sacrifices of freedom and justice"
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