Skip to comments.Obama’s boredom makes special appearance during jobs initiative meeting [VIDEO]
Posted on 01/24/2012 3:37:03 PM PST by Nachum
President Barack Obama portrays himself as a hard worker who constantly rolls up his sleeves to help Americans amid the economic recession.
But hes spending more of his energy and time running for re-election than hes devoting to the ordinary tasks of pushing back special interests that profitably clog government, curb personal freedom and constrict entrepreneurship. (RELATED: Full coverage of Barack Obama)
Out on the stump, hes animated, active and energetic. Thats where his extraordinary talents as a political campaigner show up on TV.
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“Out on the stump, hes animated, active and energetic.”
Well, by golly, I just plain missed that performance. Everytime I see that human wart he looks and sounds like a cadaver that crawled off the coroner’s OD slab.
They should have served ice cream. That would have got him interested.
ROTFLOL! Only problem is you just insulted actual warts, they are fairly harmless usually. He's "bored" because he's (a) stupid, (b) brain damaged from former and probably current drug use, (c) drugged - see (b), and (d) pathologically self centered. Oh, and mentally ill. Plus evil. Did I cover everything?
I’m sorry, but I feel sorry for anyone who has to sit in a chair in a suit all day and spew and/or listen to corporate/government cant. Absolute torture and, no, their high pay could not possibly make up for it. I’m a courier and am out and about while I work and, while not “successful” by some standards, feel very free.
That’s worth some money right there!
When he's doing that he feels like he's "community organizing."
All that golfing is so tiring.
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