Obama Admits He Was Too Dumb to be a Senator

The great fraud Obama - revealed by - Obama.

George Stephanopoulos: You’ve got to extend the debt limit by May.  And it seems like you made up the job-- your job is a lot tougher because of your vote in the Senate against extending the debt limit…When did you realize that vote was a mistake?

President Obama: I think that it’s important to understand the vantage point of a Senator versus the vantage point of a…President.  When you’re a Senator, traditionally what’s happened is this is always a lousy vote.  Nobody likes to be tagged as having increased the debt limit for the United States by a trillion dollars…

So, Mr. Prez, you mean that you were just playing politics when you voted in favor of letting us default on the "full faith and credit of the United States Government" as your slimy peeps now portray the GOP's desire to use the vote to force you to stop driving us into bankruptcy? Was Harry Reid also too stupid back then to know?

As President, you start realizing, "You know what?  We-- we can’t play around with this stuff.  This is the full faith in credit of the United States."  And so that was just a example of a new Senator,  you know, making what is a political vote as opposed to doing what was important for the country.  And I’m the first one to acknowledge it.

You didn't care about doing what was important for the country even as a beginner in the senate... way back at the start of your national political career - 5 years ago?

George Stephanopoulos: But now Senator McConnell is-- is talking to a lot of the Republican Senators about doing the same thing.  Saying, "Let’s just have 51 Democratic Senators."

President Obama: Right…My suspicion is that the burden is going to fall a lot on Democrats in the Senate to make this happen, but in both chambers, we’re going to need some votes from the other side.

This guy is good at making self-humiliation seem like a moment of introspection and thoughtfulness - but even those as easily conned as the Harvard elite will catch on eventually, won't they?