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The Me-Me President

John5103 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 4:00 PM
Eric Cantor wouldn't be at the table with Obama if Cantor hadn't won his congressional election too. Does that election victory have consequences? Obama's arrogant approach is misguided; he thinks he has a mandate, and that he doesn't have to earn respect, credibility or leadership. What he doesn't understand is that he didn't win, he was the beneficiary of a perfect storm, he was elected because of the discontentment with GWB, not on his own merit. Of course, the last 4 years have shown that he has no merit, no substance, no skill, no competence.
EyeOpine Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 5:30 AM
but hes America's halfrickin-america'n something or other.
annfan_777 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 4:39 PM
He was elected because the msm and the left spent 8 years bashing Bush endlessly and mindlessly. People tired of it, and wanted something new. And boy, did they get it.
WestTexan Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 4:56 PM
Thanks, the people weren't "discontented" with W so much as the eight year propaganda war was successful, and McInsane wouldn't have won against the mouth-breather Algore.

During Monday night’s debate nearly 60 million of us got a good look at why Barack Obama has not been able to accomplish anything in four years.

It’s his patronizing, me-me personality.

Did you see how condescending he was toward Mitt Romney, not to mention downright rude at times?

Obama’s more-presidential-than-thou attitude, which he did little to hide or dial back at the debate, should have reminded us of what happened in the first two weeks of his administration.

Remember when he met with congressional leaders and said he wanted to come up with a bipartisan...