Wednesday, September 21, 2011

EVER WONDER WHY I CALL HIM "THE CHILD PRESIDENT?"



BECAUSE HE THINKS LIKE ONE

Only a total narcicist would think that he should wave to the camera in a group photo of world leaders.

(And if YOU think that was appropriate, you're as much of a child as he is).

How would you like to be the guy whose face he covered up?

34 comments:

sue hanes said...

Joe - Ya gotta love that picture.

Why don't you do some research and find out who the guy is behind President Obama's hand.

Fredd said...

This man-child is just a big, overgrown baby. Remember during the campgain, when pressed by a reporter on an issue over which he was clearly uncomfortable, he snapped:

a) 'P*ss off, a**hole.'
b) 'Drop dead, jerk face.'
c) 'Bite me, sh*thead.'
d) 'Can't I just eat my waffle?'

While clearly all of these responses flashed through his child-like brain, one of them was actually uttered, if we all recall.

Joe said...

sue hanes: It looks a little like President Hu Jintao of China...but I could be wrong.

Fredd: Yeah. He has always reacted like a little kid.

Rita said...

But...But....But. I love this when my 9 year old grandson actually waves at me when he shouldn't.

Seeing the screw-up-in-chief doing it? Not so much.

Quite Rightly said...

If he were only so innocent. . .

Ducky's here said...

The Black Messiah thought he was at Disneyworld.

Ducky's here said...

Sue, it was the Mongolian ambassador (no joke).

Z said...
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Z said...

Joe, that deleted comment was mine; someone had sent me this picture for my blog but I Googled, thinking it just CAN'T be real, it had to be photo shopped, and it definitely isn't.
BUT the tie is black/white and today's tie was LAVENDER, so then I really thought this was a hoax...and put that in my comment to you..BUT I just read that the picture you're carrying now (and I added to my blog) is from yesterday, so the ties are different and all is legit.
How humiliating....what leader of any country would WAVE? WHY?

Rita said...

Just saw the video. Apparently the idiot-in-chief was trying to tell the photographers that they had enough pictures. After all, it's all about him. Wait a minute, wasn't he the one telling the world that there was no American Exceptionalism? So why should the American President decide for the crowd there were enough pictures. Guess he only believes in Barack Exceptionalism.

Rita said...

Quite Rightly....I just looked over at your blog and found that....apparently great minds think alike. Sorry, wasn't stealing your headline, apparently just on the same wave-length.

Lone Ranger said...

Actually, if you look really closely, that's a cardboard cutout. Obama is out golfing.

Lisa said...

LR you come up with some good ones.

sue hanes said...

Joe and Ducky - I printed out pictures of both the M. Ambassador and Pres. HuJintao to decide which one has the honor of being blocked out by President Obama's hand, and the winner is:


the Mongolian Ambassador

because his face is broader like in the picture. :0)

sue hanes said...

LR - Good one. :=)

sue hanes said...

Joe - Why did you lecture me on 'vulgarites' and allow Fredd's comment?


Is that fair or what?

Lone Ranger said...

Talking point #20.

Mark said...

Yep. Just like an immature kid. Mugging for the camera.

Can you believe this guy is the "leader of the most powerful country in the world"?

It must be a nightmare. It simply must! But, why can't I wake up?

Joe said...

Rita: Thanks for the visit, and I couldn't agree more.

QR: Yeah

Ducky: He lives there. And yes, it was.

Z: Only President BO (the child president).

Rita: He's exceptional, alright. Exceptionally self-centered.

LR: I'll bet he lies about his score.

Lisa: He does, doesn't he?

sue hanes: I would explain, but you have consistantly demonstrated that you cannot understand explanations.

Talking Point #20: Liberals' emotional development stops at the age of 16.

Mark: If you wake up, are the rest of us real, or just part of your nightmare?

sue hanes said...

And you Joe are simply not consistant.

Joe said...

sue hanes: Don't to forget to consider that if a person is consistantly inconsistant, that is a form of consistancey.

sue hanes said...

Joe - It drives me crazy when people talk in riddles. My mind just doesn't work that way. And you are one of the biggest offenders.

Kinda like Donald Rumsfeld once said:

'We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns - the ones we don't know we don't know.'



Do you have any idea how long I had to think about that before I got it. Even now I don't get it.

Joe said...

sue hanes: I'm not surprised.

Rita said...

Well, that bit of exchange was certainly entertaining. I've never understood people who spend their time online starting internet cat-fights, but then I looked back on another site and....lo and behold, I found it was the same person.

Hilariously enough, I found that my most divisive post was one that had nothing to do with politics or anything I would have considered offensive, but someone linked to the post and suddenly I had apparently deeply offended the ergonomics police. Go figure.

Great people online, but also some really weird ones.

sue hanes said...

Joe - Are you trying to start something?

Cause if you are, I'm not falling for it.

Goodnight, Sweet Prince of the Conservatives.

I'll be back tomorrow, and I always hope you will be too.

:=)

sue hanes said...

Rita - But if you weren't refering to me:

Then my humble apologies.

Rita said...

Ooops Sorry, got a couple words backward, here's what I wrote.

Hey Joe: When reading some of this stuff, I'm reminded of my father's long ago advice.

Obviously, this is your blog, you can post what you want, you can allow comments or not and I've read your page that says you can decide for yourself which comments you'll post and which you won't.

Here's my father's advice. Hope you like it.

"It's your mouth, you can haul coal in it if you want to."

Some people may like that, some people may not always agree with it and some people can cry like little girls over it. That's their choice, not yours.

I like your site, enjoy the posts. Keep at it.

Joe said...

sue hanes: Gratuitiousness is one difference, ad hominimism is another.

Fredd said...

Sue Hanes:

My comment technically contained no vulgarities: they will not show up in a spell check as such.

Hopefully you are not as obtuse as Joe has concluded, and understand the not so subtle nuance here. But then again, hope springs eternal, as they say.

Reg*rds,

Fr*dd

Leticia said...

Talk about audacity. Shame the Mongolian ambassador didn't punch Obama's narcissistic uppity butt.

I wonder if he will ever learn that it's NOT all about him.

I think I might be borrowing this picture on my Facebook wall, I ticked off one liberal yesterday and she removed me from her friend's list. No big loss.

sue hanes said...

Joe and anyone else:

click on my blogname to find out why you may not be comfortable with my comments

sue hanes said...

Fredd - I'm generally not at a loss for words, but you leave me speechless.

Good day.

WomanHonorThyself said...

could he be any less presidential!...sheesh!

Winghunter said...

We have to get behind a candidate who is going to represent our parties views, and not a Nut-Case like Ron Paul. Lets face the facts, if Ron Paul is nominated and he won’t be, but if he were to be the nomination, be prepared for another 4 years of Barack Hussein Obama.