VIA| I’ve been under the belief that Barack Obama is a totally and utterly lawless president for quite some time, a delusional man with a super inflated — yet highly delicate — ego that has convinced him he’s the savior of all mankind.

Unfortunately, his charisma also managed to dupe million of Americans into believing this same line of bull, which is how the guy got elected twice, despite horrendous policy failures.

Recently Obama made the remark that if he were to run for a third term, he would most definitely win, but has graciously decided to abide by the Constitution — a rare course of action for this man — and not run.

How thoughtful.

From Breitbart:

When asked directly by Steve Kroft in a 60 Minutes interview if he could win a third term as president he replied without hesitation, “Yes. I do.”

He pointed out that it was “bittersweet” heading into his last year in office admitting that he would “love to do some more” to help the country.

But he compared his own struggle with that of the nation’s first president, George Washington, to explain why he would step down.

“I think having a fresh set of legs in this seat, I think having a fresh perspective, new personnel and new ideas and a new conversation with the American people about issues that may be different a year from now than they were when I started eight years ago, I think that’s all good for our democracy,” he concluded.

As soon as I saw the part where he compared himself to the greatest president in this nation’s history, I began squirting blood out of my eyeballs and let out a rather inhuman bellow from the depths of my soul.

Sorry to disappoint you, Mr. President, but you are absolutely nothing like George Washington, simply due to the fact you lack any real understanding of liberty, have zero moral character, and have no respect what-so-ever for our Constitution.

I, for one, am incredibly grateful we have term limits for the presidency — thanks FDR for doing such a horrible job with the New Deal you inspired our nation to make the two-term limit deal more than a principle, but the law of the land — in order to prevent one individual from becoming a tyrant.

Personally, I cannot wait for the moment this dude is out of the White House. Let’s hope we can replace him with a strong, Constitution-loving conservative who can undo the damage this guy has done during his time in office.