He Comes Clean: Obama Says His Favorite Part Of Being President Made Americans Miserable

Kirsters Baish| It’s been quite interesting for the American people to see the way Obama has refused to leave Washington after his presidency came to an end. This man cannot give up the limelight. We can all agree that former President George W. Bush made a lot of mistakes, but when his time in the White House was over, he left gracefully and went on to enjoy his private life outside of Washington.

We saw Obama put his two cents in again this past week. When asked what he missed about being president, he decided to give an answer that seemed pretty condescending to the American people.

Is this guy for real? He’s basically saying that he liked causing trouble for people.

I couldn’t have said it better myself. Wasn’t this how Obama’s entire presidency went, though? When the guy came to Los Angeles everyone in the entire city was miserable the entire time. Traffic was a nightmare.

NBC LA reported that local officials had to warn motorists to be prepared for huge delays when Barack Obama made his arrival in Los Angeles. This was also during Monday rush hour. Former President Barack Obama was set to appear at two fundraisers during the time of his re-election campaign. He was also set to make an appearance on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

The exact route that Obama would be taken on was not released to the pubic, however, Councilman Bill Rosendahl stated during an interview with KNX radio that drivers should be ready to see blockades on every major east-west boulevard linking West Los Angeles with the Hancock Park area. He also explained that there would be delays on north-south avenues which cross east-west boulevards.

Then there was another piece of Obama news this past week. We just learned that Obama is being named the most “admired” man in America. Is this a crock of horse crap or what?

The Hill reported:

Former President Barack Obama is America’s “most admired man” for the 10th consecutive year, according to new survey data from Gallup.

The annual poll has been taken every year but one since 1946 and asks respondents to name their most admired man and woman, as well as their second choice.

Obama came in first this year, with 17 percent of the vote. President Trump followed close behind, with 14 percent. After Trump was Pope Francis (3 percent) and the Rev. Billy Graham (2 percent), with several other political, spiritual and business leaders being named, including Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, Tesla CEO Elon Musk and the Dalai Lama.

Someone please tell me what the heck there is to admire about this man. He made a mess of every single foreign policy situation that came up during his time in office. He sent our national debt to sky high limits. He left us with the horrific healthcare system of Obamacare. And how about the Iran Deal? I don’t see any one single thing about the man that is admirable. It just goes to show you that the mainstream Libera media can say and do whatever they want and people will buy into it.

And apparently being “admired” isn’t the most important thing if you’re being admired for all the wrong reasons. Obama did have some great speeches, but he never acted on anything in a positive way. He was all talk. Talk can only get a person so far. While President Trump says some questionable things here and there, at least he follows through on his promises and is truly doing everything in his power to make our country better.