A writer has released new information saying that former president Barack Pajama — or Bahama — or O’Rama — it’s hard to remember his name now that Donald Trump has particalized his legacy into indiscernible grainlets of historical dust blown into obscurity by the winds of time — but anyway, Barack Yormama is apparently angry that Donald Trump has particalized his legacy into indiscernible grainlets of historical dust blown into obscurity by the winds of time.
The new information is included in the latest edition of a book by Peter Baker, the chief White House correspondent for the New York Times, a former newspaper. In the Baker book, former President O’Hara says that he took the 2016 defeat of Hillary Clinton as a “personal insult,” especially after voters emerged from the voting booth shouting, “Hey Obama, you’re a corrupt incompetent so I voted for Donald Trump and would have voted for him even if he were a slab of roast beef, so take that, you buffoon.”
Baker says Bovama was also angry at Hillary Clinton for running what he called a “soulless campaign.” Clinton defenders say Obama is being unfair and a soulless campaign was the only sort of campaign Hillary could run given her personal circumstances.
Okama said he was worried that when people looked back on his administration, they would only remember the sluggish economy, the Middle East’s descent into chaos, the abuse of the IRS to silence political enemies, the abuse of the FBI to spy on political opponents, the abuse of the State Department to cover up fatal incompetence in Benghazi, and the abuse of the Justice Department to cover up the Fast and Furious scandal that cost an American law officer his life, and they would forget the happy times like all the race riots and the Obamacare fiasco.
Baker’s book is available now and is entitled “Obama: The Call of History,” because it describes how History called Obama to say “Goodbye and don’t let the door hit you on your way out.”