Obama is re-appearing, worried about his “legacy.”
His biggest accomplishment in his eight-year presidency?
More Americans now know how to spell “narcissism.”
There were times during a Thursday rally Barack Obama couldn’t help but talk about himself, even though he was supposed to be talking about other people.
There were other times he could barely talk at all.
During the Cleveland rally for Rich Cordray and Betty Sutton, Obama repeatedly talked about himself, despite the candidates sitting behind him….
“I see you,” Obama started, pointing into the audience.
“Let, let, let, let, let me just say these, these are friends of mine,” Obama said, stumbling over his words, “I admit I am biased.”
Several times, Obama called Cordray and Sutton a “friend of mine.”
“I have worked with them,” he said, keeping the focus on himself.
Several times, Obama attempted to regale the audience with stories about when he was important and the President….
After seemingly being forced to talk about the candidates he was campaigning for, Obama said, “But I have a broader message…”
At one point, The Chosen One devolved into a stuttering mess, saying, “We, we, we, we, we, we, we, we, we spend…”
“I know that sometimes, when I was president, even when I was a candidate, folks would say, ‘Barack, you’re talking too long.’
‘You’re like too professorial, you’re explaining stuff too much,’” Obama said people told him.
“I know, but sometimes things are complicated and I didn’t, I, I, I, and I was confident…” he continued….
More than half way into his remarks, he finally said, “I want to talk a little bit about Rich just for a second.”
And he was meaning that pretty literally, as he quickly shifted back to talking about himself, and musing about his own opinions.
“I, I, I can’t, I can’t even beat Sasha at Jeopardy,” he said, getting way off the subject and talking about his daughter and the game show….