Pop Star President Playing the Pity Card


by Spencer Brown

With President Obama’s job approval numbers diving to a record low of 37% and the cornerstone of his agenda, the Affordable Care Act, barely hanging on to a 31% approval rating, Barry is having a rough time.

The man who has been called “Narcissist-in-Chief” doesn’t seem to know how to handle a lack of popularity. Can we blame him though? He’s the “pop star president.” I mean, being popular is what he does. He’s placed his approval rating before policy, his own convictions, and the lives of many. Whether those lives be the Americans killed in Benghazi, or the Syrians gassed by their own government, the President has shown his public perception to be of primary importance.

But at least being the “pop star president” means that even when he can’t count on the American people to follow him off the cliff like a herd of lemmings, he still has his A-list crew to roll with, right? Wrong.

Celebrities are scrambling to jump over the sides of the doomed administration before their own popularity takes a hit. If anyone is more obsessed with their popularity than the president, it’s his celebrity friends.

So feeling lost and alone, President Obama has decided use all the strength he has to play the pity card, and beg for help. But it gets better.

The Daily Caller originally ran the story about the President’s plea to supporters to help him recover from the disaster he put himself in to. So even when he’s messed up royally, sent the nation’s healthcare industry and system into chaos, he still asks for support. So what does the “leader” (I use the word leader loosely) of the free world ask for? A feel-good pep talk. Forget reality, President Obama just wants people to tell him he’s doing a good job.

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