HolyCoast: Obama: Poor Me

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Obama: Poor Me

Obama went looking for a little sympathy among the San Francisco lefties (from Daily Caller):
Obama calls for another song from the world's smallest violin -- You know who's really got it tough these days? You guessed it! TheDC's Nicholas Ballasy reports on the latest stop in Barry's Traveling Pity Party: "President Barack Obama told an audience in San Francisco Tuesday that the famous 'hope' poster, popular during his 2008 campaign for president, is 'kind of faded' and that it's 'not as trendy to be an Obama supporter' today as it was during his first run for the White House. 'We've made a lot of change, but we've got a lot more work to do,' he told an audience during a campaign event at the W Hotel in San Francisco, California. 'And I know that I'm now a little grayer. You know, and it's not as trendy to be an Obama supporter as it was back in 2008.' Obama went on to say he was no longer the 'new thing' and admitted that he had made some mistakes... Obama's remarks are similar to comments he made during an interview with ABC News on October 3, calling himself the 'underdog' in the next election and conceding that Americans are not 'better off' today than they were four years ago." If he wasn't brazenly abusing his power and ruining everything he touches, this display would be almost pitiful. Obama 2012: I Got Nowhere Else to Go!
Obama has a history of saying silly things in San Francisco. You may remember this gem from 2008:
"And it's not surprising then that they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations," Obama said.
San Francisco has a way of bringing out the stupid in people.

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