Interesting quote from Obama’s book that is cited in the article:
Sometimes, coming out of an interview with Japanese financiers or German bond traders, I would catch my reflection in the elevator doors see myself in a suit and tie, a briefcase in my hand and for a split second I would imagine myself as a captain of industry, barking out orders, closing the deal, before I remembered who it was that I had told myself I wanted to be and felt pangs of guilt for my lack of resolve, Mr. Obama wrote.
You wouldn't suppose those pangs of guilt still haunt the “NARCISSIST ONE” who so admires to see his reflection every waking chance he gets? Here's where the PC savvy crowd can insert pictures, lol.
posted on 01/12/2010 10:20:23 PM PST
(1st SCOTUS of USA: "Human life, from its commencement to its close, is protected by the common law.")
You wouldn't suppose those pangs of guilt still haunt the NARCISSIST ONE who so admires to see his reflection every waking chance he gets?
Nah. Couldn't be.
Maybe he has secret dreams of being Ross Perot?
/sarc, as if!
posted on 01/12/2010 10:34:18 PM PST
by Smokin' Joe
(How often God must weep at humans' folly. Stand fast. God knows what He is doing.)
"Sometimes, coming out of an interview with Japanese financiers or German bond traders,
Isn't this from the job where he was actually a low level grunt who wore jeans to work and had no contact with clients? I know one of his jobs just out of Columbia was not at all like his description based upon a co-worker's description of his arrogance and actual status in the business.
posted on 01/13/2010 12:14:43 AM PST
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