To say that Barack Obama is in love with himself doesn’t do the insult justice. In fact, saying that he has quite the inflated ego just may be a case of bordering on a of narcissistic personality disorder cranked up all the way to eleven.
Other than lying right to the faces of the Benghazi families and other assorted acts of deception delivered with a voice only the sheeple could love, Obama certainly has a penchant for inserting his image into commemorations of other people.
His latest? Obama is front and centered in the photo of his alleged commemoration to probably the most famous atheist around, Stephen Hawking. Talk about being all dressed up with no place to go.
Have fun out there among the stars. pic.twitter.com/S285MTwGtp
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) March 14, 2018
Lest we forget his tribute to Cassius Clay (or Sheik Yerbouti, or whatever the hell his made-up name was).
He shook up the world, and the world’s better for it. Rest in peace, Champ. pic.twitter.com/z1yM3sSLH3
— President Obama (@POTUS44) June 4, 2016
Then there’s the one about Rosa Parks… minus Rosa Parks.
In a single moment 58 years ago today, Rosa Parks helped change this country. pic.twitter.com/C502SKfJnj
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 1, 2013
And the honorific to Arnold Palmer. But if you notice, it’s Obama wielding the putter, making him the one that stands out.
Here’s to The King who was as extraordinary on the links as he was generous to others. Thanks for the memories, Arnold. pic.twitter.com/UlyfpIBOL2
— President Obama (@POTUS44) September 26, 2016
When American hero Neil Armstrong passed away, the first man to set foot on the moon isn’t even in the photo.
Ironic (and fitting that I’ll finish with a fellow communist) is Obama paying homage to now dead Fellow Traveller, Nelson Mandela. Yet again, notice who’s centered? Kind of a pattern, huh?
Rest in peace, Nelson Mandela. pic.twitter.com/4qlqsXLp6e
— White House Archived (@ObamaWhiteHouse) December 5, 2013