Monday, September 19, 2011

And The Beat (ing) Goes On Part 32-- Obama Described?


Believing that you're better than others

Fantasizing about power, success and attractiveness

Exaggerating your achievements or talents

Expecting constant praise and admiration

Believing that you're special and acting accordingly

Failing to recognize other people's emotions and feelings

Expecting others to go along with your ideas and plans

Taking advantage of others

Expressing disdain for those you feel are inferior

Being jealous of others

Believing that others are jealous of you

Setting unrealistic goals

Having a fragile self-esteem

Appearing as tough-minded or unemotional

 Pretty much describes the "Pretender in Chief"

I am sure that each of you can remember a circumstance or a time when one or more of the above descriptive sentences would applyYou are welcome to share them.

If you are wondering about the descriptive sentences they are from Mayo Clinic Staff in their description of one who suffers from Narcissist Personality Disorder, a mental disease.

It would appear that we have a person in charge of the country who is suffering from a mental disease. If that is true then why is he still in the White House and not in a treatment facility?


Z said...

"Pretender in Chief"...yes.
Today, again, he was "Lecturer in Chief".
the BIGGEST Class Warfare scam on the planet...this guy's got ALL those things you listed and more.

It's a chore to watch him speak.....

As an expert said after watching it, this is NO conciliation speech; this is all CAMPAIGN

Ticker said...

Z exactly and campaigning is all the pretender has done since day one. He has no clue as to how to lead but to hear him talk he is the greatest. I hate to tell him but "the greatest" title has already be established and taken by Ali. Float like a butterfly and sting like a bee. He at least backed up his plan of words with some action. hahaha.

LASunsett said...

Yes sir....with a very strong delusional component in all of those qualifying characteristics. I concur with your diagnosis.