Obama Arrogantly Lashes Out When Asked Question At Summit: 'What About Compliments?'

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    "What was the number-one complaint, concern, or piece of advice that you got from foreign leaders about the U.S. economy and your stewardship of the economy?" That single simple soft question angered the president when asked that he arrogantly lashed out at Chip Reid answering to him “What about compliments? You didn’t put that in the list.” This shows that he is in complete denial of the situation with the U.S. economy just like Nancy Pelosi. This is not the kind of leader we need. Hitler was in utter denial of the fatherlands condition even while he was in the bunker. You see, Obama cannot truthfully express his philosophy because it is to destroy American exceptionalism. This is what we know of Obama so far.
    He’s a very odd guy with an odd history.

    He’s the product of a mixed marriage when they were very rare. Mixed cultures. Abandoned by his father his entire life and later his mother. He had a gay tranny nanny in Indonesia. He was raised a Marxist and then a Muslim. His narcissism masks a deep insecurity about himself.

    He’s then sent to Harvard though he was never a top student through some Affirmative-Action mixed with $$ from a Muslim supporter. His Columbia and Harvard years are totally masked to the point that I believe fellow classmates at Columbia doubt that he ever attended.

    Editor of Harvard Law Review?????? .....Nothing written???....Nothing edited?????.... No record of anything published.

    He’s never had a real job outside of ‘community organizing’ and then embraces his black half marrying a black woman and attending an Afro-Centric church. I don’t think any of us realize the depth of deceit in this man and his background.


    Obama: ?What About Compliments?? | The Weekly Standard

    At his November 12 press conference in Seoul, President Obama was asked the following question by CBS’s Chip Reid: “What was the number-one complaint, concern, or piece of advice that you got from foreign leaders about the U.S. economy and your stewardship of the economy?”

    Whereupon the president began his response with a complaint: “What about compliments?” he asked. “You didn’t put that in the list.”

    Well, soorrrrrry, Mr. President.

    Poor President Obama. He’s (allegedly) getting all these compliments from his fellow world leaders—and the press just isn’t interested in having him tell us about them. True, President Obama became accustomed, as a candidate, to having a compliant press corps. But even so. After a contentious economic summit where the president was forced to defend the Fed’s ill-advised monetary policies, a summit that followed on the heels of the biggest midterm electoral defeat ever suffered by an elected first-term president, a defeat partly due to his ill-advised fiscal policies, did Obama really expect a reporter to stand up at the end of last week and ask, “Mr. President, what compliments did you receive from foreign leaders?”

    That is, apparently, exactly what the president expected.

    And that has us worried. We’ve assumed the president would learn from the voters’ repudiation of his party on November 2. We’ve assumed he would learn from reality’s refutation of his policies over the last two years. But the vanity that Jonathan V. Last elaborates on elsewhere in this issue seems to be standing in the way of such learning. President Obama has been mugged both by the voters and by reality—but he thinks that he’s still looking good, that he deserves plaudits, and


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    It's scary when a President is so out of touch with reality and can only handle people that adore him.
     
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    Aye, reminds me of how some movie stars get.
     
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    It's no worse than George W Bush getting the presidency because of his silver spoon connections through his Daddy.
     
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    George Bush was put in office by the people of the United States.......twice!!!
     
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    I can't wait until Monday. Rush Limbaugh is going to have a FIELD DAY with this!

    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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    President Obama is a spoiled, petulant child.
     
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    This token ass clown Hussein Obama will go down as the dumbest to ever hold office.
     
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    The first time was highly debatable. :lol:

    Incidentally, Obama is also a legitimate and duly elected president. Do I like him? No. But he was elected by the voters.
     
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    Just because you don't like the man, doesn't mean you should be disrespectful. Your post sounds immature.
     

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