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Barack Obama’s ego officially surpasses his perception of reality, CBS provides cover


And that’s saying A LOT.

Last week, President Obama sat down for an interview with 60 Minutes.

The most eyebrow-raising statement from Dear Leader was removed from the final broadcast:

“I would put our legislative and foreign policy accomplishments in our first two years against any president — with the possible exceptions of Johnson, F.D.R., and Lincoln — just in terms of what we’ve gotten done in modern history.”

Yep, President Obama firmly believes that he’s the 4th best president ever. CBS, recognizing the fodder this might give to the right, conveniently left it out of the national broadcast.

There can be no further question that CBS is actively working for the Barack Obama reelection campaign.

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  1. December 18, 2011    

    If he thinks he is the fourth best president this country ever had we are in deep trouble!

  2. Bill Fullerton's Gravatar Bill Fullerton
    December 18, 2011    

    Has anyone else ever noticed how President Obama lifts his head tilts it the same way that Mussolini did when he was the dictator of Italy in the 1930’s & 1940’s?

  3. Tim in Oregon's Gravatar Tim in Oregon
    December 18, 2011    

    LOLOL……. ROFLMAO!!!! What an Ego!!!

  4. ADB's Gravatar ADB
    December 18, 2011    

    And note that he said those are only “possible” exceptions. I mean, really, he could be #1, right?

  5. Michael's Gravatar Michael
    December 18, 2011    

    If he sincerely believes that he is such a fine leader, I would like to know what he is using as a measure. Of which legislative and foreign policy accomplishments is he so proud?

  6. R. Larson's Gravatar R. Larson
    December 18, 2011    

    Obama, and fans of Obama- If I were to tell you how I really feel about how you have presided over our country, I would embarass myself and those who I care about. So all I will say is I can not wait until the 2012 elections. Maybe the voters in our country will vote for someone who will put America Values First.

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