This may be the longest two weeks of our lives, as President B. Hussein Obama runs down the clock on his presidency.
This “transformative” president who trampled the Constitution, poured gasoline on the fire of racial tension, decimated the military, denigrated law enforcement, turned his back on our best ally in the Middle East and…oh frankly, the list is just too long to carry on…this “history-making” president is finally just about out the door.
But not before he saunters around the track for one final victory lap and teary high-fives from the sycophants and fellow hypocrites in the entertainment industry.
If you’re not bulimic, you may well be after watching this video (with apologies to any bulimia sufferers offended by that comment).
Per The Hill, Celebrities, activists and others gave an emotional goodbye to President Obama in a new video by the White House titled “Yes We Can: Your Most Memorable Moments from the Obama Presidency.”
The video features figures including Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Jerry Seinfeld and Ellen DeGeneres, all sharing some of their favorite moments with the president.
“I never cried before, from an election result,” singer John Legend says in the video.
Really? I cried in 2012 when i realized it was FOUR MORE YEARS. Ugh!
“When I was at the U.N. and I heard our president say that climate change is the most important issue facing, not only this generation but also future generations, it was inspiring,” DiCaprio said.
…while stroking his little beard and then jumping into a private jet, stamping his gigantic carbon footprint across the skies.
“The CVS experience with Michelle (Obama) was pretty cool and dancing with Barack at his birthday party. And he’s a good dancer. He should not get any flack for that — you’re a good dancer,” DeGeneres said.
Yeah, great dancer. But crap president.
Aside from celebrities, the video also included children’s reactions to Obama’s presidency as well as moments they enjoyed.
Sure, because it really matters what 10-year-olds think about national security policy.
The video comes as the Obamas wrap up their time in the White House. On Friday night, the first family held their last party at the White House and earlier in the day, Michelle Obama gave her final speech as first lady.
Obama will give his final speech as president on Tuesday in Chicago.
[This article was written with great relief by Michele Hickford]