The little man upon the stair
The man has a self-regard of such immense proportions, which remains his most prominent feature, other than his ignorance and far left ethos. But what must be his most enduring feature is how delusional he is. Everything he has done will be cast aside with a sense of good riddance. As one of his parting idiocies there is now this: O’S NEW YEAR TAUNT: I WOULD HAVE BEAT TRUMP!. Yes, yes and won the US Open. Trump’s reply:
‘NO WAY’: Trump mocks Obama for saying he could have beaten him if he were allowed to run again
Trump blasted Obama for claiming he could have mobilized Americans to win a third term in office if he had been the Democratic nominee
‘He should say that but I say NO WAY! – jobs leaving, ISIS, OCare, etc,’ Trump carped on Twitter
Lame duck president told CNN that Republicans rejected his vision of ‘one America’ and proved they can ‘throw sand in the gears’ of progress
Obama said he plans to ‘be quiet for awhile’ after he leaves office, ‘but not politically’
Trump also blasted the United Nations following an anti-Israel vote that the Obama administration could have vetoed, but chose not to
In same vein of his outlandish level of vanity, he also must think his enduring presence on the political stage is a positive for the Democrats: Obama ‘Might Just Weigh In’ On Issues During Trump Presidency. Which reminds me of:
Yesterday, upon the stair,
I met a man who wasn’t there.
He wasn’t there again today,
I wish, I wish he’d go away…
When I came home last night at three,
The man was waiting there for me
But when I looked around the hall,
I couldn’t see him there at all!
Go away, go away, don’t you come back any more!
Go away, go away, and please don’t slam the door…
Last night I saw upon the stair,
A little man who wasn’t there,
He wasn’t there again today
Oh, how I wish he’d go away…
And yet, there is this to remind me how strange the political world now is:
According to Pew Research, 88% of Democrats approve of Obama, while on 15% of Republicans approve. . . .
The 73-point party gap is the largest ever measured since pollsters started recording approval ratings during the Eisenhower years.
There is a divide across the West that only a Donald Trump has any hope of bridging, and it may be a divide that will prove too large to close.