Obama Mentions Himself 45 Times at Dallas Memorial

It’s his world. We just live in it, including during the Dallas Memorial for the fallen officers.

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My review of Obama’s speech at the Dallas Memorial is here.

From The Daily Caller:

President Obama referred to himself 45 times over the course of the speech he delivered Tuesday at the memorial service for the five police officers killed in Dallas last week.

Obama referred to himself twice before finishing his opening salutations and before mentioning the slain officers or their families. After noting the presence of President Bush, members of Congress and Dallas mayor Mike Rawlings, Obama appeared to go off-script.

“Chief Brown, I’m so glad I met Michelle first because she loves Stevie Wonder,” Obama said, jokingly referencing Dallas Police Chief David Brown’s earlier speech in which Brown quoted lyrics from the song “As” in tribute to the deceased. The president looked around the room, pointed at Brown and cracked a grin while the audience laughed at and applauded his joke. “Most of all, the families…” Obama said, proceeding with his speech.

I’m sure Chief Brown is glad, too, about the Michelle thing. Loving Stevie Wonder is one thing to have inScommon, but somehow I don’t think the very impressive Chief David Brown would quickly tire of Mooch’s race-baiting ragging. 

Obama would refer to himself 43 more times throughout the speech — most of which he personally wrote, according to the LA Times — including one instance where he referred to himself in the third-person: “the president.”

The slavish, slobbering love affair that liberal elitists, starting with his college professors, have had with this narcissistic empty suit have made him extremely delusional, as we have repeatedly noted. He lives in his own world, where his collapsing Obamacare scheme is a huge success, our economy is booming, jihadists are misunderstood, “troubled” individuals, and the Black Lives Matter hoax is praise-worthy.

Aren’t you glad you don’t live there?

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