Obama’s narcissism appears to be boundless. Do we really have to wait till next January for a new President? Can’t we hold a special election and get rid of him now? If conservatives don’t get our act together and stop fighting each other, we’ll be looking at another 8 years of the Hillary. Don’t be surprised if Hillary and Bernie team up to run bernie as vp.
President Barack Obama boasted of his legacy during a town hall in Britain, asserting that he single- handedly saved the world during his presidency.
“Saving the world economy from a Great Depression — that was pretty good,” Obama bragged when asked by a student in London what he wanted his legacy to be.
He recalled that when he visited London in 2009, the world economy was in a “freefall” because of irresponsible behavior of financial institutions around the world.
“For us to be able to mobilize the world’s community, to take rapid action, to stabilize the financial markets, and then in the United States to pass Wall Streets reforms that make it much less likely that a crisis like that can happen again, I’m proud of that,” he said. More
Asked at a town hall in London to identify what he’s most proud of, Obama said:
It’s interesting, when you’re in the job, you’re not thinking on a day-to-day basis about your legacy, you’re thinking how do I get done what I’m trying to get done right now. And I don’t think that I’ll have a good sense of my legacy until 10 years from now, when I can look back with some perspective and get a sense of what worked and what didn’t. There are some things I’m proud of. The basic principle that in a country as wealthy as the United States, every person should have access to high quality health care that they can afford. That’s something that I’m proud of, that I believe in.
Saving the world economy from a Great Depression — that was pretty good.
You know, the first time I came to London, the first time I came to London was April of 2009, the world economy was in a freefall. In part because of the reckless behavior of folks on Wall St. But in part because of reckless behavior of a lot of financial institutions around the world. More