C’mon, it’s not like it’s news. Cheney called Obama the worst President in American history. Here are his words: …..”if you had somebody who, as president — who wanted to take America down. Who wanted to fundamentally weaken our position in the world, reduce our capacity to influence events. Turn our back on our allies and encourage our enemies, it would look exactly like what Barack Obama is doing. I think his actions are constituted in my mind are those of the worst president we’ve ever had.”

Obama isn’t an American in his own mind. He’s an outsider, ..in his own mind. Unfortunately he doesn’t grasp what the American people did for him when they voted for him. He either took that for granted; as if it was something to which he was entitled so no one who voted for him did it because they liked him or because he felt he was entitled to be the President because of the qualities within himself, qualities which no one could see so no one really knew how great he was and how natural it was for him to be the President of the United States. This borders on a delusional pathology. So he feels no gratitude towards the people who voted for him. They had to do it because to him he was entitled to their votes.

But even worse from a psychological analysis, they did it for themselves. Hence, he sees no reason to be grateful that he was elected because the people had no choice. It was either support evil or vote for him.

Dick Cheney was correct about Obama being the worst President. He could have elaborated about the reasons for his conclusions but the supposition is: Obama isn’t an American in his heart. He’s a smart man so he knows why he refused to wear an American Flag pin. He said: “I won’t wear that pin on my chest,” he said in the interview. “Instead, I’m going to try to tell the American people what I believe will make this country great, and hopefully that will be a testament to my patriotism.”

His campaign issued this statement: “We all revere the flag, but Senator Obama believes that being a patriot is about more than a symbol. It’s about fighting for our veterans when they get home and speaking honestly with the American people about this disastrous war.”

He’s wrong about not wearing a flag pin. A flag pin is a testament to his patriotism. Not wearing it is a testament to his lack of patriotism. He’s against being an American Patriot and he shows either that or his inability to grasp the meaning of the flag as a symbol of Patriotism. He began to wear a flag pin when it became too embarrassing for his campaign staff to keep explaining why he refused to do it. that’s mendacity. That’s Obama.

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