America is losing its patience with Obama. He will be classified as a whiner and blame shifter. The sum of these negative attributes is a true sign of an inexperience president. Unlike the first two years of his presidency, Obama return to the campaign trail. A path the president feels comfortable. Obama is seen as a bloviated orator giving speeches than governing a country. It is obvious that running a capital society is very challenging to the president. Instead, Obama prefers a true totalitarian-like regime, a system that doesn't have an opposition. It is easier to govern as a totalitarian regime because it would take an idiot to screw it up.
It is sickening to hear Obama's gripe. Obama stated the leader of China has a better time of governing than him. The president admitted he rather be invincible and have the freedom to move about without the secret service and the media. Obama has shown intolerance to badgering reporters and displayed moments of an anxiety attack when the president's Teleprompter failed him. Obama is beginning to show a more sarcastic, testier, and arrogant side nothing seeing among presidents. And if all else fails, Obama's remark, "It's Bush fault."
"The Oval Office, I always thought I was going to have really cool phones and stuff. . . . I’m like, 'C’mon guys, I’m the president of the United States. Where’s the fancy buttons and stuff and the big screen comes up?' It doesn’t happen."
— Pres. Barack H. Obama
(National Review) The list of people I feel sorry for is long. It includes not just all of the people I know personally who are suffering from one misfortune or another, but the billions around the world who’re having a rougher time than they ought: Japanese earthquake victims, targets of ethnic cleansing, etc. Then there’s the supplemental list, which includes everyone from fans of Lost who were ripped off by the series finale to the guy in the middle seat on a long flight.
But one guy who doesn’t make the list is Barack Obama.
None of this is entirely new. The president has always had a gift for self-pity. And blame-shifting. “It’s Bush’s fault” could be the subtitle of his presidency.