Friday, December 23, 2011

NO WONDER IT WILL BE A MERRY OBAMAMAS

The following portion of the interveiw on CBS was conveniently left out.

Do you wonder why?



In case you missed it, here's another take on it:



Some people would call this arrogance.

I call it

EGOMANIA!

6 comments:

Leticia said...

Ugh...the audacity.

Merry Christmas Jo, to you and your precious family.

tha malcontent said...

I'd like to wish you and yours a very Merry and blessed Christmas as well, my friend.

Joe said...

Leticia & TM: Thank you! Merry Christmas to you as well!

sue hanes said...

Joe - The nerve of that guy.

You'd think he was the First Afro-American President - or something like that.

Why I bet he even thinks that he got Osama bin Laden.

...and ended the War in Iraq.


Someone ought to set him straight.


Wait a minute - that would be you Joe.


And I hope you get everything you deserve for Christmas Joe.


I really do mean that in a good way - because you are one of the good ones who knows what
Christmas is all about - kinda like me. : )

Z said...

Merry Christmas, Joe..thanks for coming by to listen; I'm glad you enjoyed my song.

As for Obama, there aren't too many presidents who flatter themselves as much as Clinton did, or Carter, so....nothing new.
I was unnerved hearing the mistakes he's made in a Barbara Walters interview. NOW I know why Bush didn't take the bait when the left razzed him about not talking about mistakes.
Most people don't want to know their president makes mistakes; it was even an uneasy feeling for me to hear Obama's (of course, he didn't enumerate the big ones)....We know they make them, but we kind of depend on them to do their best and when he says his mistake was not telling the AMerican people the economy's going to be rough, I wondered if he was so out of touch he didn't think they'd noticed? :)

Merry CHristmas...not a day for politics, but who can resist!?

Lone Ranger said...

He's right. He is the fourth greatest president -- right behind President Hugo Chavez, President Raul Castro and President Robert Mugabe.