Obama no doubt went to Europe, including Greece, because he figured that was the one place where he could indulge his delusion about his excellent performance in office.
That’s a little tough to do here after last week’s election, in which the American public delivered a complete and unquestionable smackdown of his policies.
Jackass, you were the one who said that (1) all the “progress” that you had made was on the ballot and (2) it would be a personal insult if people didn’t get out and vote for Hillary Clinton.
Now, it turns out that even over in Europe, everyone doesn’t appreciate what a great job you’ve done.
From The Express UK:
Mr Obama’s visit to Athens, Greece, was supposed to be a grand farewell, but descended into chaos when angry rioters took to the street to demand he leave.
Youths riding motorbikes, carrying wooden clubs and launching petrol bombs tried to break a police cordon and confront Mr Obama directly.
Hooded left wing protestors took to the streets shouting “Yankees go home” and “we don’t need protectors” – a reference to Mr Obama’s announcement that he thought Greece should be allowed off the hook when it comes to its spiralling national debt.
Gee, didn’t these people hear about Obama’s saying that he believed in American exceptionalism the same way a Greek citizen believed in Greek exceptionalism? That’s the philosophy behind his “leading from (his) behind” theory of foreign policy which has left the world in flame. Now we are going from” leading from behind,” also known as “following,” to a new era of American leadership, as in “Make America Great Again,”which is precisely what is needed.
The state of the world under Obama was completely predictable. What can anyone with two brain cells to rub together expect from aWhen You Elect a ‘Community Organizer’, You Get a Race-Baiting, Lawless Fool “community organizer?” I tried to warn everyone, and I know that many of you did as well.