One self-pity party wasn’t enough for President Obama.
Soon after he invited stenographer-journalists to the White House to hear his talking points, Obama sat for an interview with the left-wing NPR. In both sessions, he complained about how he is treated by ordinary Americans and the GOP.
He whined about “strains in the Republican Party that suggest that somehow I’m different, I’m Muslim, I’m disloyal to the country,” then played the race card, saying much of the criticism is “pretty specific to me, and who I am and my background.”
Naturally, he leaves out the inconvenient facts, namely that his policies are unpopular, yet he insists on pursuing them and then has the audacity to complain about criticism. ObamaCare, for example, never enjoyed majority support for a single day, yet the president and his party rammed it down the nation’s throat, and he now accuses opponents of being racist for not applauding him.
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