Obama Aide – `He Doesn’t Like People`

“The truth is, Obama doesn’t call anyone, and he’s not close to almost anyone. It’s stunning that he’s in politics, because he really doesn’t like people,” said Neera Tanden — now president of the powerful Center for American Progress — in an interview with New York Magazine. ”My analogy is that it’s like becoming Bill Gates without liking computers.”

The Daily Caller

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6 Responses to Obama Aide – `He Doesn’t Like People`

  1. Sundance says:

    Obama does like useful idiots though. 🙂

  2. gator69 says:

    Leftists hate humanity.

  3. RobertvdL says:

    Bill Gates loves computers but thinks there are too many people.

  4. It is not that he doesn’t like people, it is that he has no character, and is, fundamentally, afraid people will notice. He is a psychologically-stunted, adolescent personality, perpetually the 14 or 15 year old Obama deep inside. That is why he is hesitant and rambling without a teleprompter, and why he is most often either rambling and hesitant, or smugly self-righteous, making quick moral judgments as if from on high. He likes the power of the Presidency, not the responsibility. Shelby Steele, an author who like Obama is from a mixed marriage (but a far more loving and stable one than Obama’s dysfunctional, and radical, parental units), knows his character well: He is all about the Mask worn by disaffected black youth to “get along” in a majority white society, and he never grew up (in my book), which would have required him to distinguish himself from the black activist/”peaceful Muslim” ideologies he was indoctrinated in, in order to find reasonableness in more conservative views, rather than just the “enemy” he sees in them. I hope the majority of the electorate will finally see his presidency is just an unending series of ever more blatant lies and “black liberation”/Muslim bias.

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