The big eared empty suited fool must be under one of his many delusions that anyone listened to him during his two terms.
Be more vocal about issues?
Oh yes, he’s not done with his racial divisiveness and plans to join Jesse Jackson an Al Sharpton to further gin up racial tension in America.
Without a leader among them it will be interesting who tries to take charge of their efforts.
What issues, the one you and your cabal of progressives forced upon America like your racist attitudes that divided us among all lines possible?
Your failed health care system?
Be more vocal about creating more jobs, a concept you will never grasp?
Creating a national deficit larger than all presidents that those who proceeded you combined?
Your failed foreign policy?
The destruction of the U.S. Military and the worst of all leaving our troops in Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia in far worse shape than they were during the administration of President George W.Bush.
How many times did you commit treason?
While at the same time most of your executive orders would be considered high crimes and misdemeanors.
My advice to you would be to lay low, keep your mouth shut and just fade away.
You have one job opportunity awaiting you, that of jail-house lawyer and no you won’t need a license to practice there.
His legacy not including the Obama Phone
President Barack Obama implied in a Vanity Fair interview that he might choose to go a different route.
In the interview conducted by presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, Obama talked about his use of the term “radical Islam,” how he would miss Air Force One and his desire to make the world better.
Then there’s a short bit where he hints at what life after the presidency might look like for him, a relatively young 55 years old as he exits the office.
He says there are some things he suspects he’ll be able to carry out better after being president.
(On the crack pipe again are we?)
(Dude you will have not pen and telephone you will have no audience)
“Having had this office has given me this incredible perch from which to see how the world works. The power of the office is unique and it is a humbling privilege,” Obama said. “With that power, however, also comes a whole host of institutional constraints. There are things I cannot say. There are things that…”
“You mean now, but you will later,” Goodwin prods.
“That I cannot say, not out of any political concerns, but out of prudential concerns of the office,” Obama continues. “There are institutional obligations I have to carry out that are important for a president of the United States to carry out, but may not always align with what I think would move the ball down the field on the issues that I care most deeply about.”
Obama has spoken passionately about many subjects as president, one being police violence against black men.
He said after the death of Trayvon Martin in Florida that “we need to spend some time in thinking about how do we bolster and reinforce our African-American boys.”
“You know, when Trayvon Martin was first shot I said that this could have been my son. Another way of saying that is Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago,” Obama said. “I think it’s important to recognize that the African-American community is looking at this issue through a set of experiences and a history that doesn’t go away.”
Once Obama leaves office, and those “institutional constraints” have lifted, we’ll see what issues he decides to address.