Missiah Now Senator Narcissist

Could Obama be any more narcissistic?

The nation’s first African American candidate for president also shared his thoughts on his monumental feat. “I stand before you as the Democratic nominee for President of the United States of America. I’m very proud of that. I’m very proud of that, and I’m proud of America for giving me this opportunity because obviously we all know that it’s a sign of enormous growth in this country. But we’ve still got work to do. Just winning the nomination is not the endpoint. The end point isn’t even winning the general election. The endpoint is making your lives better. That’s the reason that we are in this, that’s why we’re in this auditorium here today,” he said.

Humble, eh? When I first heard about that little blurb while taking a shower after some golf, my first thought was “gee, can the guy be any more in to himself?” He’s not happy, thrilled, excited, all those adjectives along that line. No, he’s proud of America for putting aside its rampant, horrific racism and nominating the best person ever!

That was my second thought, too.

Put’s Michelle Obama’s comment of never being proud of America till now into context, eh?

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8 Responses to “Missiah Now Senator Narcissist”

  1. darthcrUSAderworldtour2007 says:

    The next time our MLK Jr. wannabe Obamessiah speaks on tv, notice the ‘Star Wars Bar Scene’ behind him in the audience! They are SCAREY big time – an extavaganza of hippie mosh pit mutants? Hygienically challenged too!!

  2. Silke says:

    The fact that for the first time in our country’s history a black man has a very good chance of becoming the next President of the United States is “a sign of enormous growth in this country.” Anyone who is honest with themselves would admit this could not have happened a few decades ago.

  3. forest hunter says:

    Anyone who is honest with themselves would have a clear understanding of what a candidate with no executive experience, no foreign-policy experience, no military experience, and a grand total of three years in national office with no legislative track record really means and it damn sure aint a sign of enormous growth in this country!

  4. forest hunter says:

    AND! I could care less whether he’s polka dotted purple or sporting no software ‘tween his thighs! The sooner the sexist/racist whiners who put so much emphasis on this lack of importance, the sooner we can get back the Reagan-like principles of reality first and running the country like ya had a pair!

  5. darthcrUSAderworldtour2007 says:

    A zebra as our commander in chief?
    A militant as our commander in chief?
    Martin Luther King Jr. was neither of these four decades ago and the DEMOCRATS opposed the Civil Rights Bill. Your U.S. Senate Pro-Temore from West Virginia wore sheets and burned crosses (Robert Sheets Byrd)! Where have YOU been Mizz Honesty?

  6. Silke says:

    Darth said: Your U.S. Senate Pro-Temore from West Virginia wore sheets and burned crosses (Robert Sheets Byrd)! Where have YOU been Mizz Honesty?

    Not sure if you are referring to me or not, Darth, but I’m not a Democrat. I know you and Teach like to call people who disagree with you liberals and Democrats but I’m a registered Republican.

  7. No, Silke, I call people who are Democrats and libers that. Are you saying that it is a bad thing to call a liberal a liberal and a democrat a democrat?

    BTW, I will get into arguments with conservatives, too. I have over some other issues, such as red light camera’s, terri shiavo, and the NC lottery, among others. I don’t feel that calling them conservatives is dirty

  8. Silke says:

    Teach said: Are you saying that it is a bad thing to call a liberal a liberal and a democrat a democrat?

    Normally, no – but in the context it is used on this blog, it often is.

    BTW, I will get into arguments with conservatives, too. I have over some other issues, such as red light camera’s, terri shiavo, and the NC lottery, among others. I don’t feel that calling them conservatives is dirty

    And did you call them “conservatards” and “raving rightwingers” when you disagreed with them?

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