Sunday, January 25, 2015

Why Obama is the most Unpresidential "President" we've ever had.

So President Obama apparently has more time to sit down and be "interviewed" by a Youtube comedian named Glozell, but no time to attend the historic anti terror rally in Paris last week. And no time to meet with the leader of our supposed greatest ally in the Middle East. Yes, no time for Dear Leader to do presidential things, but plenty of time to sit down with someone who dangles condoms from her nostrils, and bathes in bathtubs full of milk and fruit loops.

Is this shocking lack of presidential dignity from the tyrant boy king any surprise? It shouldn't be.

Remember, this is the same president who thought it pertinent to offer his two cents on Officer Crowley of Cambridge, MA"acting stupidly". Can someone tell me why the President of the United States of America should be commenting on something this petty?

Same president saying "if I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon".

Same president who got knee deep in the shooting of a known criminal who attacked a police officer. Obama sent more senior White House officials to the funeral of Mike Brown, than he did for Margaret Thatcher, for Chris Kyle, or James Foley. I guess a dead criminal is more worthy of a presidential envoy.

Same president who took a "selfie" at the funeral of Nelson Mandela. Same president who outraged the Chinese by chomping on gum during a meeting with world leaders in Beijing. Same president who sent the Queen of England an ipod with a playlist full of his own speeches. Same president who butchers a military salute by indifferently raising his latte. Same president who went to party with Beyonce and Jay-Z in New York while the Middle East burned. Same president who comments on every sports story from not letting his fictional son play in the NFL, to Ernie Banks dying, to Michael Sam and Jason Collins coming out of the closet. Speaking of, Jason Collins gets a personal phone call from the president. Not a peep about Chris Kyle. Priorities, priorities.

Same president who thinks it's important to publicly reveal his March Madness bracket every year on ESPN while things such as Russians invading Ukraine happen. What a wonderful perception of presidential authority. Same president who has racked up more late night talk show appearances than any other president before him. That's his natural domain. Same president who decided to call his opponent a "bullshitter" in an interview with Rolling Stone. Classy. Same president who on September 11, 2012 decided to do a radio interview with a Miami DJ named "The Pimp with the Limp" to talk about the Dolphins and pop music. Same president who tried to insult Mitt Romney with the term "Romnesia". Same president who went to a Las Vegas fundraiser the day after an American ambassador and three others were killed in a terrorist attack.

Oh, and remember the aforementioned absence from the massive anti terror rally in Paris a few weeks ago? This president sends John Kerry to make things all better. John Kerry with James Taylor to do a heartwarming rendition of "You've Got a Friend." I'm sure the terrorists are shaking in their boots.

"Dear terrorists: Please accept this lovely windchime fashioned from our testicles. -Western Civilization" - David Burge

 Perhaps more important than anything, this is a president who draws red lines and issues ultimatums that he eventually doesn't back up. This may seem trivial to some, but this damages the credibility of the United States in the world. If the President won't back up what he says, why should anyone listen to him?

This is a president who claims he hears about virtually everything on the news. Who has out-golfed Tiger Woods. Who takes more selfies than a teenage girl. Who bows submissively to foreign leaders. Who does nonsensical interviews with celebrities like Ryan Seacrest and Zach Galifianakis. Who seems to feel more threatened by Fox News and Rush Limbaugh than Vladimir Putin. Speaking of Putin, I think it's safe to say this president doesn't feel as comfortable around him as he does Jimmy Fallon.

So really, is it that surprising to see that this president decided to sit down with "Glozell". It shouldn't be.


Gorges Smythe said...

Let's just say that he's no Teddy Roosevelt.

Fredd said...

Two more years of this guy, Hack. Just two more years. History will not be kind to him, as sure as a bottle of Scotch will disappear in less than an hour once discovered in the Kennedy Compound.

Too bad I won't be around when history gets it right, maybe 100 years down the road.