March 2013: Letterman, Steward and the View all ask Obama to stop calling

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    March 2013. Tired of repeated requests from former President Barack Obama to share his "insights" and "pithy observations" with their respective audiences, several late night talk show hosts have decided to stop booking the former President who seems "rudderless" "adrift" and "Downright lonely" since his historic shellacking by Mitt Romney.

    "He's needs a tall glass of self respect" said one host, who declined to be named but asked if Obama could get Joe Biden to return because "Biden, now that's a funny guy"
     
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    After Obama loses, he won't fade from trying to control people.

    His sights are set on bigger ideas. He'll go international.

    Look for Obama to spend some time in Hawaii then take over for Ban Ki-Moon.
     
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    Shouldn't this be in the Fantasy Thread?
     
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    I doubt the UN will want such a loser.

    I wouldn't put it past him running fot governor of IL or maybe against his old pal for mayor of Chicago. He likes campainging, doing the job, not so much.
     

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