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Someone Call Obama A Waah-mbulance

December 10, 2009

So, now Obama is even whining about his own party “demeaning” him. By demeaning him, he of course means not kow-towing and praising him as the all-knowing, all-powerful entity that he believes he is.  He can’t accuse Conyers of racism due to the simple act of merely disagreeing with him. Instead, he accuses him of being a big, old meany pants.

President Obama told me to stop ‘demeaning’ him, says Rep. Conyers

In an interview with The Hill, Conyers said his opinions of Obama’s policies on healthcare reform and the war in Afghanistan have not sat well with the president.

President Barack Obama recently called Rep. John Conyers Jr. to express his frustrations with the Judiciary Committee chairman’s criticism. According to the lawmaker, the president picked up the phone several weeks ago to  find out why  Conyers was “demeaning” him.

Oh noes! Someone dares to disagree. That’s heresy! Stop picking on him!

Conyers’s critical remarks, many of which have been reported on the liberal-leaning Huffington Post, appear to have irritated the president, known for his calm demeanor.

Conyers, the second-longest-serving member of the House, said, “[Obama] called me and told me that he heard that I was demeaning him and I had to explain to him that it wasn’t anything personal, it was an honest difference on the issues. And he said, ‘Well, let’s talk about it.’”

Um, what? The leader of the free world had to be told that sometimes people aren’t just being icky poopy heads and actually have different opinions? How embarrassing. And more than a tad frightening. Obama’s delusions of grandeur appear to be pathological and his immaturity is glaringly apparent.

It isn’t even a joke at this point. He truly is a little boy trying to dress up in Daddy’s big boy pants, yet isn’t actually up to the task. Too busy wanting to feel “special” and praised constantly. I also take umbrage with the “known for his calm demeanor” line. I have not found that to be the case at all. It is always obvious when he is losing his temper, being petulant or sneering contemptuously, and he does all three often. Far, far too often.

Grow up, boy President. Please. I’ll keep it simple for you and perhaps this might help. Guess what, Obama? Let me be clear here:

There is ”no crying (nor petulant whining) in the Presidency!”

Originally / cross-posted at

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