There really are no words:
Gerald, I thought that was YOUR defining characteristic.
Mr humility barrack hussien obama http://www.theamericanmirror.com/obama-talks-216-times-3-million-italy-s...
/http://thefederalist.com/2016/07/28/obama-mentions-himself-119-times-in-...http://ijr.com/2014/07/156840-one-speech-amid-laundrgy-list-complaints-p... the organizers of the Global Food Innovation Summit paid Barack Obama a reported $3,000,000 to talk about himself, then they definitely got their money’s worth.
During his roughly 100-minute remarks in Milan, Italy, the former U.S. president talked about himself 216 times, according to a count by The American Mirror.
Obama said “I” 168 times, “me” or “my” 40 times, and said “we,” “us” or “our” referring to his family 8 times.
Yes, Fair Share. What size heels do you wear for travel? Or for just prancing in general?
Mutt prefers sensible shoes, but I see you as far more fashion forward. With your slacks a good 4-6" above your shoe tops.
That's a sad attempt at clever Tom C. Maybe when you come out from behind your shield of anonymity folks may take you seriously.
But I see your girlfriend Mel has joined in too. Gotta luv you two gals in masks!! Nothing says purring little kittens than two men that sling mud not using their actual names.
So very brave you are! So very brave!!
Reruns, reruns, reruns. Snore factor 9.8.
That's a sad attempt at clever Tom C
What, you don't recognize the rapier-like wit and thoughtful, substantive comments? Perhaps you should take a closer look at it along with his pigeon shit on the PPH.
Trumps “humility” on display in Phoenix last week:
"Now, you know, I was a good student. I always hear about the elite. You know, the elite. They're elite? I went to better schools than they did. I was a better student than they were. I live in a bigger, more beautiful apartment, and I live in the White House, too, which is really great."
A very humble man…
"Wow, what a crowd, what a turnout" Trump said through a megaphone WHILE ADDRESSING FLOOD VICTIMS.
The guy is a sociopath.
Ah It's still Christmas every day.
I wonder how Gerald stands on the attempt to remove Mike Tipping and Ben Chin from MPA.
Gerald may be a closest racist who wants to keep certain groups out of leadership there.
But as long as he supports the existing leadership at MPA, he's alright in my book.
Sad, sore losers, every one. LOL
You shitforbrains have hitched your wagon to this guy's star. He represents you now, and you him. Congrats, and bravo!
Always be careful,remember SFB' after hitching it up they forget to get on and it runs downhill !Over you!
Obama's humility got us a nuclear Iran..........an emboldened Russia.......... and an unhinged North Korea fat man.....maybe humility isn't always a good thing when it comes to dealing with your enemies.......
Mr Humilty https://goo.gl/1i2FY2While speaking at an event for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Obama referred to himself a shocking 42 times in just an 18 minute speech. Given how many times he referred to himself, it’s clear Obama was having a public tantrum as he desperately tried to reclaim the spotlight.
Johnw is so bored or lonely he revives a three week old dead thread that no one cared about in the first place with a post about a guy who is no longer in office.
If he is no longer in office, why doesn't he (in jassie/mattibubbles speak) STFU and do as other previous presidents have so graciously done?
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LOL. Not only that, his link doesn't even work. Dipshit indeed.
Matt and Jasper you appear interested enough to respond.....wow .ps girls whenever you lower yourselves to the personal insult it just reinforces that it IS the lowest common denominator for liberals in general and you two rising stars in particular.....
Even when he’s appearing with a revolutionary of modern society, Barack Obama can’t help but talk about himself.
During an appearance at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation “Goalkeepers” conference, the former president referred to himself 42 times during his 18-minute remarks.