Obama: GOP Taking Over Senate Would Make Last Two Years In Office “Unbearable”…


Obama’s worried about his “lame duck” years in office after giving us 6 years of political misery in his hands… Poor Obama start the violin music.

Angry Obama

Via Politico:

. . . Obama is giving more thought to his post-presidency than his aides like to suggest. He has spoken privately of his intention to establish a foundation with the reach and influence of the Clinton Global Initiative, the international fundraising juggernaut started by former President Bill Clinton. And despite his deep connections to Chicago, he has told friends he would like to live in New York City.

The president’s political world is more and more beyond his command. Instead, it is driven by Republicans in Congress, potentially power-shifting Senate races in states where Obama isn’t welcomed to campaign, and to speculation centered on Hillary Clinton’s agenda – not his own. Obama tells anxious Democrats that there is only so much he can do beyond fundraising and better implementing the health care law. But he also has told allies that losing the Senate to Republicans would make his last two years in office unbearable.

Let’s pray that Obama gets to suffer his fear because another 2 years of Obama and Dem’s in power would be horrific and damaging to the state of our Union.

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