Wednesday, December 21, 2011

President Says He's "Fourth Best President In History"

"They can't touch me!"
NYC, Dec 21, 2011. In a shocking display of arrogance and narcissism, President Barack Hussein Obama, D-Kenya, declared that he was "the fourth best president in American history" during a taped interview for the TV news program 60 Minutes last week.

Fortunately, CBS had the good sense to edit his brass statement out of their show to prevent embarrassment for the President.

Specifically, President Obama claimed that his legislative and foreign policy accomplishments top all but three former presidents.

President Obama listed the Presidents who were better than him as "Lincoln, LBJ, and FDR" which will probably come as quite a shock to George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, JFK, and even Bill Clinton.
"I would put our legislative and foreign policy accomplishments in our first two years against any president — with the possible exceptions of Johnson, F.D.R., and Lincoln — just in terms of what we’ve gotten done in modern history." - Barack Hussein Obama.
"You've gotta be kidding!"
Notice, the President said "with the possible exception" which means he might even be higher than fourth best. I suppose it depends on whether he can get all the tax increases he wants.

While President Obama seems to have a very high opinion of his job performance, a majority of voters don't share that view.

The latest Rasmussen Poll tells us that only 21% strongly approve of his job performance and 39% strongly disapprove, giving him a -18% rating. Also, 73% of Americans say the country is going in the "wrong direction."

The President's only, and dubious, accomplishment "National Healthcare" is also unwanted by a majority of the voters. Also according to Rasmussen's poll, 55% of likely voters asked said it should be repealed. 

"I actually had a budget surplus!"
President Obama has set new records for unemployment, food stamp use, and the percent of Americans living below the poverty level, while simultaneously adding $5 trillion to the national debt in just three years due to his wasteful deficit spending plan.

Is this starting to look like presidential greatness to you?

Even Jimmy Carter's failed presidency is starting to look good, when compared to the poor results Barack Obama has gotten with his economic and foreign policy initiatives.

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