As you read the following, you need to ask yourself one thing: Are you really reading it? Or are you just a figment of President Barack [REDACTED] Obama’s imagination, playing out your role as the foe he requires in order to be the hero of his own story?
From the transcript of Obama’s interview with Bill O’Reilly, which was conducted on behalf of da folks, here’s Barry whining yet again about how mean and unfair his critics are. This is because the last five years have been the first time in his life he’s had to put up with any criticism, or any responsibilities, or pretty much anything at all:
PRESIDENT OBAMA – If you want to — if you want to be President of the United States, then you know that you’re going to be subject to criticism, and —
O’REILLY – But if it’s unfair, I-I want to know if it’s unfair. Is it un — criticism is criticism. It’s my job to give you a hard time.
PRESIDENT OBAMA [OVERLAP] – Here — here — here’s what I would say. I think regardless of whether it’s fair or not, uh, it has, uh, it has made FOX News very successful.
O’REILLY – But if I’m unfair, I want —
PRESIDENT OBAMA [OVERLAP] – Here’s what — here’s the thing you guys — here’s what you guys are gonna have to figure out is what are — what are you gonna do when I’m gone?
What are they going to do when he’s gone? Seems like FNC is probably going to be just fine, no matter who’s in the White House. They’ve figured out how to draw an audience and keep it coming back, unlike its hapless competitors. And if Obama thought about it for a second, he might actually realize that. He might not admit it, but there’d be some glimmer there in the back of his mind.
His first instinct, though, is always to bring it around to how it affects him. Never mind how his disastrous policies are affecting millions of people. Never mind how his lies about those policies are alienating them from him. It’s all about how mean and nasty the world is to him.
Poor, poor Barry. Fortunately, none of this really matters because we’re all just living in his dream world. Eventually he’ll wake up, smoke a bowl, and do whatever else he does as a high-school layabout in Hawaii, vaguely remembering some messed-up dream where he was president and got to be on TV.
This is all a pipe dream. There’s no way all of this nonsense could be real.