Posts Tagged ‘Obama’

I have made no secret of my feeling we have a President with a diagnosable personality disorder (DSM-IV-TR 301.81).  Before you accuse me of hyperbole (or likely worse), check out this:

DSM IV definition: Someone who suffers from Narcissistic Personality disorder (NPD) has at least 5 of the following characteristics:

  1. has a grandiose sense of self-importance (e.g., exaggerates achievements and talents, expects to be recognized as superior without commensurate achievements)
  2. is preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love
  3. believes that he or she is “special” and unique and can only be understood by, or should associate with, other special or high-status people (or institutions)
  4. requires excessive admiration
  5. has a sense of entitlement, i.e., unreasonable expectations of especially favorable treatment or automatic compliance with his or her expectations
  6. is interpersonally exploitative, i.e., takes advantage of others to achieve his or her own ends
  7. lacks empathy: is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others
  8. is often envious of others or believes that others are envious of him or her
  9. shows arrogant, haughty behaviors or attitudes

I submit that Obama exhibits nearly all these traits.  He certainly is in love with himself .

 You can’t look at this and not be reminded of the classic Michelangelo painting of  Narcissus

Victor Davis Hanson has a column on NRO that takes on this point far better than I can possibly dream of doing:

Unfortunately, the latest triumphalism is a continuance of a long line of self-adulation that we have grown accustomed to in Barack Obama since he came to the public’s attention — the professor’s two memoirs without a single commensurate scholarly publication; the Latinate motto; the faux-Greek columns; the biblical quelling of the rising seas and cooling of the planet; the fallback retreat to the Victory Column when questions were raised about the appropriateness of the Brandenburg Gate as a venue for his speech; and so on. The common characteristics in Obama’s I/me/my career have been such rhetorical, visual, and symbolic efforts to mask an absence of accomplishment (e.g., why not even one Harvard Law Review article, or perhaps a single publication as a University of Chicago lecturer, or a successful program as a Chicago community organizer, or a signature piece of legislation as an Illinois legislator, or an acknowledged legislative record as a U.S. senator?).

You really must read the whole thing.  One take away is that We the People can trust nothing Obama says about anything.  But another, more important, is that the rest of the world sees Obama as a hollow, crass, unreliable man whose word means nothing at all.  And that, dear friends, is dangerous.


Read Full Post »

Picked this up off Twitter.

Fight for your right to government dependency

Read Full Post »

I haven’t blogged in a long, long time.  Part of it has been just total burn out.  Part of it has been near total despair at the direction this country is going.  I might post now and then.  Not sure that anyone really cares.

On the other hand, the campaign for whether this country survives or not is just getting under way.

Here is a thought that I may return to from time to time:  What if Romney wins and Obama refuses to give up power?  Don’t think it’s not possible.  The man pisses on the Constitution regularly, why should he care about something as simple as losing an election.

He is besotted with himself, clinically narcissistic, arrogant and condescending. Mark Levin describe him this way:

Obama, it would seem, wants to deny to others what he will not deny to himself. He wants to deny to the children of others what he will not deny to his own children. He wants to amass riches, but he doesn’t want you to amass wealth. He doesn’t mind private school for his own children, but he minds it for your children. He doesn’t mind eating whatever he wants to eat, but he minds what you eat. He doesn’t mind taking that 747 one frivolous trip after another, one self-serving fundraising after another, but he minds what you drive and how much fuel you use. And we can go on and on.

He has never been tested.  He has been given everything and has earned nothing.  He believes he is better than all of us.

Snob Obama

Read Full Post »

Well, Yeah…

How is that Hopeychangey stuff working out for you?  Are you better off today than you were before “The WON” was coronated?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Consumers earned less and spent less for a second straight year in 2010. The government report released Tuesday offered a deeper look at how Americans have adjusted their spending after the worst recession since the Great Depression.

People spent less last year on food, cut back on entertainment and eating out at restaurants and gave less to charity. At the same time, they paid more for gas and health care — trends that have continued this year.

Total spending by consumers fell 2 percent last year, according to the Labor Department’s annual survey of consumer behavior. It’s only the second decrease since the government began the survey in 1984. The first came in 2009.

How about that!  Every day, in every way, His magnificence makes sure it is better and better.

Read Full Post »

I admit it.  I’m an easy touch when it comes to our military personnel.  Check out the newest Medal of Honor winner and the first living Marine to be recognized since 1973 and one of the youngest ever to win it. 

And here is an anecdote to tell your grandchildren:

When President Obama recently called to tell Meyer he would be awarded the Medal of Honor, the military’s highest honor, Meyer didn’t take the call. Meyer, now 23, was working a new job in construction and asked the president to call him back another time.

“He told me, ‘If I don’t work, I don’t get paid,’ ” Obama recounted with a chuckle Thursday afternoon in the medal ceremony for Meyer in the gilded East Room of the White House.

I wouldn’t take Obastard’s call either.  But that really isn’t the point i guess.  It’s the all-sacrificing work ethic Sgt Meyer displayed there and on the battlefield.  This man should never have to buy a drink again in his life.  I certainly will pay for his if we are in the same bar!

 It’s almost a sacrilege that such a despicable pile of dog turd as Obama is touching that sacred medal, let alone being in the same space as Sgt. Meyer.  At least Obastard didn’t stick his hand in front of Sgt. Meyer face during the photo op.

I love this comment to the (com)Post’s story:

What a brave, humble Marine. It’s amazing that America manages to produce such people.  Such a stark contrast to the little man presenting the award.
Truer words have never been posted.

Read Full Post »

Yeah, right.

President Obama required two heavy-duty teleprompters on Monday during a three-minute speech in which he nominated Alan Krueger to serve as chairman of his Council of Economic Advisers.

“I am very pleased to appoint Alan and I look forward to working with him,” Obama said, staring at the large, flat-screen monitor to his right, then shifting his eyes to the teleprompter on his left.


This asswipe can’t make a controlled announcement of a new appointment without a teleprompter.  He cannot do an unscripted moment without screwing it up.  He is little more than an Affirmative Action wind up doll who does what his masters program into him.

Read Full Post »

Top 10 Reasons Obama Won’t Win Reelection

1. Jobless rate too high
2. Economy in doldrums
3. ObamaCare looms
4. Out-of-control debt and credit downgrade
5. Depressed base
6. Opposition energized
7. Changes in battleground states
8. Foreign policy mess:
9. Media less adoring
10. Aloof, inept

Not sure I totally agree.  The power of the establishment to run over people never ceases to amaze me.  If Obungler were a conservative I would agree, but I think the liberal elite is too invested in His haughtiness, and will never admit they were wrong.   So they will command the media to march forth like so many ORCS to destroy all opposition.  (For example see Newsweakly’s hit piece on Bachmann.)

Nevertheless, its nice to fantasize of the day we will be rid of Obamenace..

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »