President Obama rebuffs McCain's attempts to have social interface with him
Sen. John McCain is a very, very sad man. And he blames it all on President Obama, because
“The self-pity that Obama continues to exhibit is really kind of sad, really,” McCain said on Wednesday during Fox News’ “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.”
Oh, and speaking of self-pity, McCain added:
“You know, I can’t work with him at all,” McCain said. “When is the last time he really called leaders of both parties together over at the White House, say, for a dinner, a social event.”
Boo hoo hoo. The president didn't call me over for dinner, or a social event, so I can't work with him at all. His self-pity is really gnawing at my soul. And while I'd like to try to explain it ...
... I cannot explain it except to say that he does not have this desire to have social interface with people and sit down and try to work things out.”
If President Obama would just call me up for dinner or a social event, and ask me to have social interface with him, then everything would be better and the world would be a fantastic place, but he won't do that, so please excuse me while I go drown myself in a pool of tears shed over his self-pitying ways.