Obama Termed A Sociopath

'He doesn't particularly like people'
WILLIE GEIST: Hey Jon, historically, do we romanticize the relationship presidents and Congress have? We talk a lot about Reagan and Tip O'Neill and all these relationships. Is President Obama's--let's call it a lack of relationship with Congress--is it exceptional? Is it worse than normal?

JON MEACHAM: It's a little worse than normal. Because even though he was there, my sense is he doesn't particularly like people and politicians who don't like people are kinda in the wrong business.


MEACHAM: Kinda. I really believe this. So, Reagan wanted to perform for people. So you could bring him in, and he, it would be a small audience. George H.W. Bush: all of his life was one long reunion mixer. Bill Clinton, uh, loved people. So I think this is a personality distinction.
(from newsbusters.org)

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(from netrightdaily.com)

Boss Tweed, Cripple Creek, Chuck Schumer

On this day: November 23
Corrupt Tammany Hall leader William Marcy Tweed (better known as Boss Tweed) is delivered to authorities in NYC after being captured in Spain (1876)
Colo. Governor James Peabody sends the state militia into the town of Cripple Creek to break up a miners' strike (1903)
For the first time, the DJIA closes above the peak it reached just before the 1929 crash (1954)
Georgian president Eduard Shevardnadze resigns following weeks of mass protests over flawed elections (2003)

President Barack Obama presents the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award to Magadonga Mahlangu, Jenni Williams, and their organization known as WOZA, in a ceremony in the East Room of the White House (2009)
b: François-Noël Babeuf (1760), Karl Gebhardt (1897), Bill Brock (1930), Chuck Schumer (1950); d: Walter Reed (1902)

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