Obama Defends “Hopey Changey Stuff”

Failed President Barack Obama told the audience at a high-priced New York City fundraiser that the BS “hopey changey stuff” he used to trick his army of dupe supporters into voting for him in 2008 was “real.”

Of course it was.  And so is Obama’s beaver friend Adam, who lives behind a tree in his backyard. I’m not sure, but I could swear I remember hearing that delusions are a symptom of Low T.

Speaking to an audience at a political fundraiser in New York, Obama recalled a line from a speech by 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin in which she ridiculed the themes of his presidential campaign by referring to “hopey changey stuff.” Without mentioning Palin by name, he told his audience Tuesday: “All that hopey changey stuff, as they say? That was real. It wasn’t something … it was real, you could feel it. You know it. It’s still there.

“Even in the midst of this hardship. But it’s hard,” he said.

You know, of course, that when Obama says “this hardship,” he means the problems he’s having in the polls right now and not the problems the rest of us are having living our lives.  That’s just how he rolls.

“I need your help to finish what we started in 2008.”

Yeah, the country is not quite completely destroyed yet.  “Gotta put finishing that up on my to-do list,” says Obama.