According to Barry, it was during yet another hard-hitting ’60 Minutes’ interview, just last night, that he actually insisted that he could run and win a third term as president ‘if he wanted to’, but assured the American people that he would follow the lead of previous presidents before him. Gee, ain’t that mighty white of him? But I’m not quite sure what he means when he says, “if he wanted to” since our Constitution is pretty clear when it says that he can’t. And I thought I remembered reading somewhere that this guy once ‘taught’ the Constitution. But how can one teach something that one so obviously knows so little about?
Anyway, when asked directly by that very determined investigative reporter, Steve Kroft, during yet another blatantly softball ‘60 Minutes’ interview, if he could win a third term as president Barry replied without the slightest hesitation, “Yes. I do.” He pointed out that it was “bittersweet” heading into his last year in office admitting that he would “love to do some more” to help the country. Ok, I’ll bite, what exactly has this flaming asshole done that has, in any way, ‘helped the country.’ Perhaps getting more folks onto food stamps, getting more folks out of the work force, getting more folks dependent upon government, what? No really, I’d like to know!
Barry even went so far as to actually compare his own struggle with that of the nation’s first president, George Washington, to explain why he would step down. He said, “I think having a fresh set of legs in this seat, I think having a fresh perspective, new personnel and new ideas and a new conversation with the American people about issues that may be different a year from now than they were when I started eight years ago, I think that’s all good for our democracy.” It takes a pretty sizable ego to see yourself as being the equivalent of ‘The Father of our Country.’ On the contrary, Barry’s lack of character and honor has him more closely resembling Benedict Arnold.
But this far from being the first time that Barry has signaled a confidence that he could easily win a third term ‘if he wanted to’. It was just last year while speaking to political leaders in Africa, he pointed out that he was “a pretty good president.” So he thinks he’s been a pretty good president? Really? How about a really suck president. Anyway, it was on this very same occasion that he went onto say, “I think if I ran, I could win. But I can’t.” And he added, “There’s a lot that I’d like to do to keep America moving. But the law is the law, and no person is above the law, not even the president.” “Under our Constitution, I cannot run again.” Thank God!!!
But then it was according to a Monmouth University poll conducted the month following his little Africa trip that Barry’s claim he could win a third White House term if he were to run in 2016 was put to the test and failed pretty miserably. You see it was 68 percent of respondents who said they would vote for someone else, while only 26 percent said they would be willing to give the president four more years. I have a sense that the vast majority of that 26 percent was likely made up of blacks, since their primary reason for voting for him in the first place, and also for re-electing him, remains the same. That would be, of course, the fact that he’s black.
Though an understandably low number of Republicans could be counted on to cast their vote for a third Barry term, roughly 5 percent, it was during this same poll that just 23 percent of independents were onboard with the idea. Even Democrats weren’t so sure they’d want Barry back in the Oval Office for a third go around. Because 43 percent said they would vote for another candidate. But with that said, Barry’s job approval rating does appear to be holding steady with Democrats — 86 percent today versus 80 percent back in Monmouth’s July 2015 poll. But his disapproval ratings run consistently higher with both Republicans and Independents.
But who knows, maybe this arrogant, narcissistic SOB is right, maybe he would win if he were able to run again, stranger things have happened I suppose. But I’ll tell ya, if such a thing were actually to happen I would argue that it would say much more about the level of ignorance infecting the American people than it would about any political prowess possessed by Barry “Almighty”. America and what it means to be an American have both changed significantly over the course of our history and has changed much just over just the course of the last seven years. That he was elected in the first place is a pretty good indicator of how much we have changed as a nation.