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Even out of office ex-president Barry ‘O’ continues to provide us with proof, on nearly a daily basis, of why it is without a doubt that he will go down in history as being the absolute worst president the American people have ever had the misfortune to elect.  And regardless of how you may feel about President Donald Trump, he can’t hold a candle to Barry’s war on civility that took during his eight years in office and for two years after.  And while I think it’s rather obvious that President Trump has a genuine l love of this country, it is just as obvious that, courtesy of his many statements as well as his actions, Barry still maintains a very deep-seated hatred of America.

Barry recently suggested that President Trump is not solving the world’s problems because he has “racism” and “mommy issues.”  Which was a rather odd thing to hear coming from a guy who we’re told wrote an entire autobiography called ‘Dreams from My Father’ as a means to work through his own many ‘daddy’ issues, and who is certain we can solve all the world’s problems — “climate change, education, agriculture and so on” — quite easily because they are “not nearly as complicated as they are made out to be.”  The “reason we don’t do it,” Barry explained, “is because we are still confused, blind, shrouded with hate, anger, racism, mommy issues.”

It was ‘The Daily Mail’ that first reported the ex-president’s remarks made during the Obama Foundation gathering in Chicago on Monday and added that in taking yet another swipe at President Trump, Barry actually suggested the U.S. was a better place before he was sworn into office.  In a conversation with author Dave Eggers, Barry also repeated his belief that if you could choose a time and place to be born, you would choose the U.S.  But he amended that thought and said: “You’d choose now – or maybe two years ago.”  Right, the country was in a much better place after Barry’s best efforts to turn it into the equivalent of some third world hellhole.

Yet oddly enough, there’s no record of Eggers asking Barry why it would be so easy to fix the world and not the ex-president’s hometown of Chicago, where Barry spent more than a decade working as a community agitator and legislator. Democrats have enjoyed unrivaled control of that city for decades.  It’s a place where nothing is stopping them from realizing their political goals, and, as a result, Chicago has become nothing more than a bankrupt war zone.  Nor is there any record of Eggers asking Barry why he believes it’s so easy to fix the world’s problems but believes a “magic wand” is necessary to bring back manufacturing jobs to the Midwest.

Barry’s rather cynical view of humanity, his view of a pluralistic and democratic society that debates, argues, and fights for its own beliefs as something that “gets in the way” of his idea of “progress,” shows that he is still the same man who in 2008 smeared those different from him as being “bitter” and backwards, describing them as those who “cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”  He has changed not at all in the years since leaving office, having become even more self-absorbed than during his time in office.

I truly do believe that there will eventually come a day when even those who viewed Barry as being nothing less than the second coming will finally come to realize that in electing the first black president the American people wasted a great opportunity in that they could have done so much better than to elect Barry.  It was nothing more than a wasted effort, and a complete waste of time, and one that resulted in so very little that was good.  He left the country far worse off than it was when he found it which, I would argue, was exactly what he intended to do.  He chose to take the easy way out, consumed by his politics instead of making the country better for all.

It was in Barry that we had someone who truly could have been so very much more than what he turned out to be.  And what he turned out to be was little more than an abject failure and on so many different levels.  Rarely do we have someone coming into office with so much potential but who ultimately proves himself to be such an unmitigated disaster.  And yet he still somehow feels qualified to accuse his successor of failing to cure all of the world’s problems, those things that he only succeeded in making worse, and pretty much on purpose.   All of which makes all the more clear what it was that so many disliked about him as president, it wasn’t about race.

Barry now comes across as being a bitter broken man whose failures even he cannot deny.  His entire existence has clearly been rife with envy.  He despises America.  He campaigned on a platform to “fundamentally transform America.”  He did his best to destroy America, never anticipating someone like Trump would ever get elected. President Trump has slashed Barry’s abysmal policies and has inspired everyone to get back on track.  As a nation we are a resilient lot, all of which Barry detests.   Barry has returned to an existence mired in envy and is ‘community organizing’ his sentiments to manipulate his fan base and cover-up his failures.

Barry was out of touch and yet those who supported him still refuse to admit it.  Clearly Barry has honesty issues.  He is delusional and trying oh so hard to burnish the image of his eight year reign of error.  President Trump has boldly focused on returning America to greatness and to her rightful place in the world.  Barry was solely focused on transforming America into something unrecognizable.  While President Trump has made a growing economy a centerpiece of his presidency, Barry worked to convince Americans that their best days were over and to get used to it.  President Trump is a leader.  Barry was a leftist puppet, determined to “lead from behind”.

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