To paraphrase what Mary McCarthy once said of Lillian Hellman:

Every word POTUS says is a lie, including “and” and “the.”

Via BizPac Review:

Lecturer in chief Barack Obama — he of Greek columns fame — had the vomit-inducing audacity to caution those running for president in the 2016 election that fame is fleeting.

In an excerpt from a recent interview with NPR’s Steve Inskeep, the president warned that the thrill of “the trappings” associated with the most powerful office in the world “wears off pretty quick,” The Hill reported.

“At least it has for me,” Obama said….

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  1. cbldski says:

    Obama, if you hate your job then feel free to resign anytime. Also, he says if you want to be
    President, then you have to love this country. Obama hates ths country, so what up with that?

  2. Alain41 says:

    He DESERVES his vacays. That Presidentin is hard. So stop with the stories on how much his travel everywhere costs and how he doesn’t hold his morning briefings. He’s hard at work, All the time, as far as you are told. Now off to Europe to talk down Trump and attend extravagant State dinners. Maybe he’ll get to toast the Queen again. That Buckingham Palace would be a nice summer cottage or maybe Versailles, since he doesn’t care about trappings, he’s not picky.

  3. Maynard says:

    Being the smartest boy in the world isn’t as much fun as I thought it would be. Some of the other kids don’t admire me as much as they should, and a lot of guys are just jealous. This would have worked out a lot better if only you people had listened to me more carefully and tried harder.

  4. Dave says:

    I wonder what kind of dope this boy is on.

  5. Is it not revealing that this is his focus? Not the need to keep a great country safe in a dangerous world. Not the importance of keeping the most dynamic economy in the world operating smoothly. Not the problems of race, or the education system or even health care. No, his focus is on fame and the thrills, as if he were in some Hollywood halfwit’s casting office.

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