Average citizens are fed up with ‘smug’ leaders

Make Justin cry.

OK, before everyone who reads this title goes absolutely squirrelly, I freely acknowledge that Obama is a highly intelligent, decent, well-motivated, likeable guy. He just wasn’t a successful President, largely due to the fact that he was in a politician’s job, and he was a rotten politician.

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  • jayme

    Is the author saying that Canadians are a bunch of pussies compared to Americans? How dare he! Hmm, actually, he may have a point ….

    • huron

      I am not a pussy

      • Maggat

        Well, I won’t ask you for a date!

        • huron

          What?

      • Watchman

        So Trump doesn’t grab your attention?

    • Alain

      About 50 years of socialist indoctrination tends to do that.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    “Obama is a highly intelligent, decent, well-motivated, likeable guy…”
    I quit reading at this point. What a steaming pile of horseshit.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    “Obama is a highly intelligent, decent, well-motivated, likeable[sic] guy.”
    Everything in that sentence is false.

    Obama was of slightly higher than average Intelligence (I.Q. 110) but played the affirmative action con. He was absolutly NOT “highly intelligent”.
    Well motivated? He was an abject anti-white racist and hated his own country.
    Likeable[sic]: everybody that knew him that did not owe their livelihood to him said he was an arrogant and aloof person, far from likable.
    Decent? Not with the policies he pursued that were solely for political gain.

    • Millie_Woods

      Where did you get his IQ from? Very little is known about the man and virtually everything that was believed about him turned out to be false. I doubt his IQ is north of 100.

      • Watchman

        “We’ve measured your IQ, Barry Soetero, and decided to award you an additional fifteen points of IQ due to you looking like one of your ancestors was once a slave in the USA.”

    • WalterBannon

      He failed at a mediocre community college and had to drop out

  • huron

    Not self aware

  • Spatchcocked

    Without a press that has eyes to see and the integrity to report the import of questionable behaviour the people are as milch cows.
    Canada is a prime example.

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    • huron

      All three of these girls are low on economic reality

      • Liberal Progressive

        But the budget is supposed to balance itself!

        • DavidinNorthBurnaby

          That only makes sense if you are a trust-fund brat.

  • Maggat

    Damn, It would be nice to read the whole Sun article. Living out here on the ‘left’ coast subscribing would be a waste of money.

    • deplorabledave

      I find using different browsers increases my number from 10 to 20 to 30

    • Jaedo Drax

      Right click, open in private window, rinse and repeat as necessary.

      • Maggat

        Thank you.

  • Dave

    Intellegent? Who knows how intellegent, his records are sealed. Decent? More like deceitful. Well motivated? More ill motivated, and likeable? Sure, if your a socialist or jihadi.

    More of an oreo d-bag than anything else.

    IMHO

    • huron

      Nice ass

    • WalterBannon

      well the best school he could get into on his own merit after high school was a community college and he was not able to pass even at that level

      only got into harvard with muslim sponsor and money

    • Watchman

      Most powerful man in the world – able to command almost any action men are capable of – but spent 300 days golfing while President, at a rate around double the amount of golf the average player plays. Motivated?

  • WalterBannon

    aside from the fact that this author is another fake news establishment jackass, the SUN has become completely unreadable, you can not even scroll down their articles without being forwarded to a spam ad.. They have joined my boycott list with the rest of the MSM.

  • Rotten politician.

    That is putting it courteously.

    The thing is that politicians do not hide themselves from the voter before the election. People knew what Obama and Trudeau were like before electing them. If their behaviour did not offend then, it cannot be complained about now.

  • Waffle

    Mr. Ledrew has a dark forecast:

    “. . .it is unlikely Canadians will rise up and vote to blow up their government establishment the way that Trump has promised, but liberals should not rest easy — people can only take so much before opting for change.”

    Yes, still waters run deep and dangerously.

    At the moment, we are so wrapped up in trying to find “our Trump” we will be repeating the biggest mistake we made back in 1968 when we were determined to find “our Kennedy”. Not me, mind you. I never, ever voted for the prick.

    But our fate was sealed a long time ago when The Fathers of Confederation formulated the BNA. So intent were they on gaining power they weren’t about to give it up and they “forgot’ to include TERM LIMITS (!!!) in this horribly flawed document. It was so simple and now amending it has become another third rail of Canadian politics (sigh). Having term limits gives Americans a non-revolutionary ‘escape clause”. We have no such remedy from tyranny.