I get a little tired of these stories because there have been SO MANY over the past five years. But we do need to document the depths of Obama's narcissism since it has a direct bearing on his inability to lead and govern.
In this latest example Obama was attacking Republicans AGAIN in a speech at a Ford Motor plant in Missouri when he talked about Congress:
OBAMA: "The debate that going on in Congress is not meeting the test of helping middle-class families. It’s just they're not focused on you. They're focused on politics. They're focused on trying to mess with me. They're not focused on you. They're not focused on you.'"They're focused on trying to mess with me." Really? Is this man so in love with the sound of his own voice that he can't understand that there are LEGITIMATE differences of opinion on major policy that is not all about him?
And as far as him being focused on the Middle Class, it's all just words. His policies are destroying the Middle Class at the same time his big Wall Street and Hollywood buddies are raking in the cash in record amounts.
Pelosi: Obama "Eloquent," "Non Partisan," "Brilliant"
As if that weren't enough to make you understand why Washington is so dysfunctional, House Democrat Leader Nancy Pelosi, one of the dumbest women ever to have a seat in Congress (although it's a close tie with Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) and Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), said this:
Throughout a 50-minute interview on Thursday in her second-floor Capitol office, where the late Speaker Tip O’Neill used to receive supplicants, Pelosi was sharply derisive about the scorn Republicans have for this president.The only chance Republicans have to clean out this cesspool of stupid sociopaths is to stay united and fight to win another big midterm victory in 2016!
“You know why it is,” she said. “You know why it is. He’s brilliant, … he thinks in a strategic way in how to get something done … and he’s completely eloquent. That’s a package that they don’t like.”…
Then she added a line that she has used before, that drives Republicans batty: “He has been … open, practically apolitical, certainly nonpartisan, in terms of welcoming every idea and solution. I think that’s one of the reasons the Republicans want to take him down politically, because they know he is a nonpartisan president, and that’s something very hard for them to cope with.”