In Which Obama Admits ‘Hope And Change’ Was Always Based on a Lie
Obama’s favorite words are I and we.
When things go well, he uses I. When things fail, he uses we.
The latest example of this rule comes from The Washington Post…
In L.A., Obama addresses Washington’s dysfunction: ‘I did not say I would fix it’
President Obama wrapped up a day he began with an angry and frustrated reaction to the mass killings in Charleston, S.C., by acknowledging that he has been unable to change the culture of polarization and gridlock in Washington.
But he also challenged Democratic supporters to do their part to make the political changes rather than remain disillusioned about the inability of the nation’s capital to respond to gun violence and other problems.
“When I ran in 2008, I in fact did not say I would fix it. I said we could fix it,” Obama told an audience of about 250 at a fundraising event here at the stately hillside home of film mogul Tyler Perry. “I didn’t say, ‘Yes, I can.’ I said, ‘Yes, we can.'”
Yeah, right. It was never about you, was it Obama?