The I’s Have It

Barack Obama DNC SpeechIn what we can only pray is his last major speech, Barack Obama addressed the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night.

While he was supposed to make the case for Hillary Clinton, the “president’s” focus was slightly more inward.

President Obama began by recalling his political debut at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. He then described how his family has become so well known to America in the intervening years. He spoke of his time in office, how the presidency has physically aged him, but how his daughters euphemistically note he now looks more “mature.”

He spoke of everything he is proud to have achieved – passing ObamaCare, expanding clean energy production, reducing consumption of foreign oil, passing the Iran deal, bringing troops home, killing bin Laden.

He spoke of how inspired he’s become meeting Americans of all stripes. He spoke of his optimism. He spoke of the values he imparted from his family. If it’s starting to sound like Obama talked a lot about himself, that’s because he did.

In total, we counted 119 times Obama referred to himself during his speech ostensibly about Hillary Clinton.

119 times. There are professional wrestlers who are less narcissistic than this assclown. I cannot wait until this abysmal failure is out of the White House. As of today the count is 174 days.

5 thoughts on “The I’s Have It

  1. Ya know, I recently found a word that I think fits him perfectly: bellend. If you don’t know what it means, people will think you’re speaking a foreign language, but it actually refers to the end of a man’s…well, it’s what keeps your hand from sliding off when you’re in your bunk.


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