With any luck, this record will stand through the ages:
Speaking in Sandusky, Ohio on July 5, President Barack Obama used the first-person pronouns “I” and “me” a combined 117 times in a speech that lasted about 25 minutes and 32 seconds.
Obama used “I” 98 times and “me” 19 times, according to a transcript of the speech posted by the White House. …
During this speech, Obama used “I” or “me” approximately once every 13.09 seconds.
An except from the Moonbat Messiah’s characteristically laughable speech:
“I want you to know that when I ran in 2008, I said I wasn’t going to be a perfect man and I certainly wasn’t going to be a perfect president, but I’d always tell you what I thought. I’d always tell you where I stood,” Obama said. “And, most of all, I would wake up every single day thinking about you…”
Here’s the condensed version:
“I I I I I I I I I I…”
Obama isn’t the only one who can’t break away from the mirror. Voting for him despite his obvious lack of qualifications was a supreme act of moral vanity by liberals eager to show off how politically correct they are. They proved they are willing to force future generations to pay any price for the sake of their own asinine posturing. With his election, the Me Generation has reached the final frontier of self-parody.
On a tip from Shawn.