Narcissistic (And Incompetent) President Wants Second Term “Badly”

Quite obviously, there has to be a bit of narcissism in any person who wants to run for the presidency. Yet, with Barack Obama, everything seems to be all about himself. Does anyone get the feeling that Obama wants to be president to help anyone, to be a good steward of the United States as President? That he wants this country to be strong and a force of good? Or, do you think he just wants to make a mark on history and impose his will and extreme beliefs on the USA, transforming this country into something it has never been?

(ABC News) President Barack Obama today signaled an aggressive tact for his early re-election campaign, critiquing his Republican opponents by name and insisting he’s ready to “fight with every fiber of my being” for a second term.

“How much do you want it?” ABC News’ Diane Sawyer asked Obama during an exclusive interview in Las Vegas.

“Badly,” the president said, “because I think the country needs it.”

The country needs it, eh? “Badly” is a good word for Obama to use

In Obama’s World, the country needs that. Badly. He further went on to say

“Whoever wins the Republican primary is going to be a standard bearer for a vision of the country that I don’t think reflects who we are,” Obama said.

Obama thinks the following vision is better and reflects who we are (via American Power and The Conservative Manifesto)

The rest of the interview is pretty much as delusional as you’d expect, and about as grounded in common sense and the real world as Obama’s economic policies.

Crossed at Right Wing News and Stop The ACLU.

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