Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Evidence Of Obama's Narcissism

"I'm grateful that President Ortega did not blame me for things that happened when I was three months old.” ~ Barack Hussein Obama

During the Summit of the America's meeting, Nicaraguan Dictator----oh, sorry, wrong word, again---- President Daniel Ortega launched an incredible fifty minute long diatribe against the United States accusing our country of all manner of evil oppressive, terrorists acts against such freedom loving Democratic Republics as Cuba, Venezuela, and of course, his own Nicaragua.

According to FOX news, Obama sat on his hands during the rant, removing them from under his posterior only occasionally, to take notes.

I must assume, since Obama doesn't seem to object to the concept of Socialism in general, that he was taking notes he could refer to when considering better, more effective means of enslaving and oppressing American citizens during the remaining first term (he probably won't have more than one term) of his Presidency.

He certainly didn't seem to find fault with Ortega's faulty recollections of South American/U.S. Relations.

I pointed out in my last post, that the simple handshake between Obama and Chavez was no big deal, that it was simply a matter of being polite. And I stand by that position.

But, I do not condone Obama's seeming agreement to the majority of Ortega's condemning remarks.

In this case, I believe Obama should have at least stood up and left the room during the speech, thereby showing defiance and strong disagreement. It would probably be asking too much of the Marxist American so-called President to jump up and shout "liar"!

But then again, I suppose expecting Obama to do anything other than nod in agreement over America's perceived human rights abuses would be expecting too much, also. Anyway, these supposed abuses don't have anything to do with Obama, himself.

And therein lies my point.

Singular in it's audacity, was Obama's comments offered afterward, in response to Ortega's vilification.

During a seventeen minute response to Ortega's address, Obama went off script (and presumably, off teleprompter) to offer this gem:

"To move forward, we cannot let ourselves be prisoners of past disagreements. I'm grateful that President Ortega did not blame me for things that happened when I was three months old.”

Well, there we have it. Evidence of what I've been saying all along about Barack Hussein Obama's narcissism.

It really is all about Obama, isn't it?

At least, as far as Obama is concerned, anyway.


Gayle said...

Well, he should be blamed for things that happened when he was three-months-old, Mark. After all, we are blamed for slavery when we weren't even alive at the time!

I know... two wrongs don't make it right, but I'm sure you get my drift.

Yes, it's all about Obama, and whaat isn't about Obama is about his love of socialism. This is all stranger than fiction as far as I'm concerned. Now he's planning on bailing out the newspapers and we know what happens when he does that. He'll control them.

The Tea Parties were great, and they're scheduled again for Independence Day and 9/11/09, but I doubt it's going to be enough. Most of the MSM doesn't tell the truth about them. We need to bombard Congess and the White House with snail mail and phone calls. Tie up their switchboards, and flood their offices with real mail that's harder to delete than e-mail. Make them aware they are in serious danger of being thrown out!

You'd think as passionate as I am I would have posted politically today, but I guess I'm getting burned out. :(

Joe said...

President BO is lothe to denounce anyone he thinks might be a friend when his redirection of this nation into Socialism is complete.

Most Rev. Gregori said...

When you live in the Soviet States of Obama, then it is all about Obama.

Cameron said...

The real problem is that he said those things because he agrees with what Ortega says but wants everyone to move on. That's why he won't defend the United States.