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It's hard to remember the dark days before 2008. It was a time of hatred, racism, violence, obese children, war, untaxed rich people, and incandescent light bulbs -- perhaps the worst days we had ever seen. And at the heart of it all was a thuggish, thoughtless man, George W. Bush, who lashed out angrily at whatever he didn't understand -- and he understood so very little. It's hard to remember the dark days before 2008. It was a time of hatred, racism, violence, obese children, war, untaxed rich people, and incandescent light bulbs -- perhaps the worst days we had ever seen. And at the heart of it all was a thuggish, thoughtless man, George W. Bush, who lashed out angrily at whatever he didn't understand -- and he understood so very little. Then there was that laugh of his -- that horrible snicker that mocked everything intelligent and nuanced. Also, he looked like a chimp. It seemed like the end for the United States of America. We would crumble in the hands of vicious, superstitious dimwits determined to hunt "ter'ists" or other figments of Bush's rotten mind. There was nothing left to do but head to Whole Foods to prepare our organic, sustainable, fair-trade last meal as the country ended around us. Despair had overtaken us, and we wondered aloud whether we could ever feel hope again. And then a man emerged who firmly answered, "Yes we can!" Oh, but Barack Obama was no mere man. He was a paragon of intelligence and civilized society. A savior to the world's depressed. A lightbringer. A genius thinking thoughts the common man could never hope to comprehend. And his words -- his beautiful words read from crystal panes -- reached down to our souls and told us all would be well. With the simple act of casting a ballot for Barack Obama, we could make the world an immeasurably better place -- a world of peace, of love, of understanding, of unicorns, of rainbows, of expanded entitlements. This was his promise. And now, having had him as president for more than two years, we can say without reservation that he has delivered all his promises and more and is the best president this country -- or any country -- has ever had or could even imagine to have.


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It's hard to remember the dark days before 2008. It was a time of hatred, racism, violence, obese children, war, untaxed rich people, and incandescent light bulbs -- perhaps the worst days we had ever seen. And at the heart of it all was a thuggish, thoughtless man, George W. Bush, who lashed out angrily at whatever he didn't understand -- and he understood so very little. It's hard to remember the dark days before 2008. It was a time of hatred, racism, violence, obese children, war, untaxed rich people, and incandescent light bulbs -- perhaps the worst days we had ever seen. And at the heart of it all was a thuggish, thoughtless man, George W. Bush, who lashed out angrily at whatever he didn't understand -- and he understood so very little. Then there was that laugh of his -- that horrible snicker that mocked everything intelligent and nuanced. Also, he looked like a chimp. It seemed like the end for the United States of America. We would crumble in the hands of vicious, superstitious dimwits determined to hunt "ter'ists" or other figments of Bush's rotten mind. There was nothing left to do but head to Whole Foods to prepare our organic, sustainable, fair-trade last meal as the country ended around us. Despair had overtaken us, and we wondered aloud whether we could ever feel hope again. And then a man emerged who firmly answered, "Yes we can!" Oh, but Barack Obama was no mere man. He was a paragon of intelligence and civilized society. A savior to the world's depressed. A lightbringer. A genius thinking thoughts the common man could never hope to comprehend. And his words -- his beautiful words read from crystal panes -- reached down to our souls and told us all would be well. With the simple act of casting a ballot for Barack Obama, we could make the world an immeasurably better place -- a world of peace, of love, of understanding, of unicorns, of rainbows, of expanded entitlements. This was his promise. And now, having had him as president for more than two years, we can say without reservation that he has delivered all his promises and more and is the best president this country -- or any country -- has ever had or could even imagine to have.

30 review for Obama: The Greatest President in the History of Everything

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cate Meredith

    My only complaint about this book is that it was too short. I laughed through-out. Frank J is a master of comedy online - his blog and Twitter stream are works of art that I never miss - and this book just expands his repertoire. The voice of the Obama loving intellectual was pitch perfect. At $1.99, it was a steal for as much enjoyment as I got out of this book. Definitely read it, and join me as I campaign for a sequel.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Raymond

    I have held for some time that conservatives, on a while, are not funny. Thankfully, this mini-book exists to help dispel that notion. The book takes the position that Obama is clearly the greatest thing in the history of ever, and just goes over the top with the satire to make the obvious point about Obama. It probably would have gotten old in a full-length, but this was otherwise fun and well done.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    I got this book on Nook some time around the 2012 election and then it never got read. In 20 short days the Obama days will, sadly, be over in this country...so I figured the time was ripe to read it. This book is not in the least bit serious - it essentially just goes on about how Obama is the best ever and if you think otherwise, your feeble mind is not equipped to understand his sheer brilliance. I got a few chuckles out of this book - it was actually a good companion to read after The Presiden I got this book on Nook some time around the 2012 election and then it never got read. In 20 short days the Obama days will, sadly, be over in this country...so I figured the time was ripe to read it. This book is not in the least bit serious - it essentially just goes on about how Obama is the best ever and if you think otherwise, your feeble mind is not equipped to understand his sheer brilliance. I got a few chuckles out of this book - it was actually a good companion to read after The President of Vice: The Autobiography of Joe Biden, which is an even more tongue-in-cheek look at the life of Joe Biden, or as we call him in my house, Amtrak Joe. Even though this book was written long before Donald Trump decided to "grace" the United States with his run for President, this passage sums up the 2016 election as well: "I sincerely wish we could just forego the election and not give the racists and haters of this nation an option, but we can't because of the Constitution (why is it always getting in the way of progress?). For now, we just have to wait while the Republicans and the Tea Party ingrates decide which Neanderthal they want to lead this country back into the darkness with fantastical promises of things that will never happen, such as paying down the national debt." Swap out national debt with his stupid wall and it hits the nail on the head ;)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Jackson

    Revised 11/26/2014 when I actually read it. Someone hacked my account and put up a phony review. By awj. This is kinda funny. I appreciate the sarcasm though it reveals the author more than the truth.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    Fleming's words are sheer poetry. I am not worthy of this book. It shames me with recognition of my ordinary-ness. Fleming's words are sheer poetry. I am not worthy of this book. It shames me with recognition of my ordinary-ness.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Michaela Bradley

    Almost made me laugh as hard as Shit My Dad Says.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    This is a pretty funny and short political satire that I am sure all Republicans will love, the alleged undecided will be able to chuckle and see the irony, and the Democrats and folks on the far left will hate and bad-mouth the story without even bothering to read it. That being said, if you put on your satirical / sense of humor hat on, this one gives you several good chuckles: I particularly like the President-by-President review comparing each to Obama.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Paul Sand

    [Imported automatically from my blog. Some formatting there may not have translated here.] I've been a longtime reader of Frank J. Fleming's hilarious blog, IMAO. Recently he's moved into an actual paying gig as an op-edder for the New York Post. (Example here.) He's husband to the lovely SarahK and dad to the even lovelier one-year-old Buttercup, who has the look of someone who will want to go to Yale someday. In short, Frank needs the money, and he's a nice guy, so you should buy this book lik [Imported automatically from my blog. Some formatting there may not have translated here.] I've been a longtime reader of Frank J. Fleming's hilarious blog, IMAO. Recently he's moved into an actual paying gig as an op-edder for the New York Post. (Example here.) He's husband to the lovely SarahK and dad to the even lovelier one-year-old Buttercup, who has the look of someone who will want to go to Yale someday. In short, Frank needs the money, and he's a nice guy, so you should buy this book like I did. It's a mere $1.99. Click on that image over there. I'll wait. Um, did I say "book"? That might be a slight exaggeration. It's available in Kindle e-book format only, so there's no page count, but it's a 254KB download. And probably a lot of that is the cover graphic. It's a quick read, about the same as one of the longer Atlantic articles about instability in Pakistan, but much funnier. But it's in the "Book" department at Amazon. And I need to inflate my "books read" count for 2011. So it counts as a book! It counts! Is it your cup of tea? Here's paragraph one: It's hard to remember the dark days before 2008. It was a time of hatred, racism, violence, obese children, war, untaxed rich people, and incandescent light bulbs -- perhaps the worst days we had ever seen. And at the heart of it all was a thuggish, thoughtless man, George W. Bush, who lashed out angrily at whatever he didn't understand -- and he understood so very little. Then there was that laugh of his -- that horrible snicker that mocked everything intelligent and nuanced. Also, he looked like a chimp. I think that's pretty good. And I chuckled the whole way through, which the other folks in my urologist's waiting room might have found irritating, but I don't care.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dale

    Published by Broadside e-books on November 15, 2011 Sold by HarperCollins Publishers Estimated length in pages: 26 pages Obama: The Greatest President in the History of Everything is political satire from one end to the other. It is not subtle, but it is humorous. If you are fond of movies like Team America: World Police , than this book is for you. If you are easily offended by political criticism of the President, I do not recommend this book for you. Fleming has written this book as though h Published by Broadside e-books on November 15, 2011 Sold by HarperCollins Publishers Estimated length in pages: 26 pages Obama: The Greatest President in the History of Everything is political satire from one end to the other. It is not subtle, but it is humorous. If you are fond of movies like Team America: World Police , than this book is for you. If you are easily offended by political criticism of the President, I do not recommend this book for you. Fleming has written this book as though he is a fawning sycophant of the President - everything is twisted to be something to praise about the president. I imagined the author reading in breathless awe of the man. Here is a sample: Read more at: http://dwdsreviews.blogspot.com/2012/...

  10. 4 out of 5

    Glenda Castillo

    Guess I'm just not political enough to catch the humor in this creation. I see the parady, a little, but some of this stuff is just down-right wrong. Not author wrong, but Obama and any other president wrong. [email protected]%, we hire these guys and ... nevermind. A political disscusion is way out of my league. So I'll just say, there were a few chuckles within the covers of the book, at first, then I began to realize the truth in the points the author was making and I couldn't laugh anymore, it just made m Guess I'm just not political enough to catch the humor in this creation. I see the parady, a little, but some of this stuff is just down-right wrong. Not author wrong, but Obama and any other president wrong. [email protected]%, we hire these guys and ... nevermind. A political disscusion is way out of my league. So I'll just say, there were a few chuckles within the covers of the book, at first, then I began to realize the truth in the points the author was making and I couldn't laugh anymore, it just made me sad. Kinda like reading ethnic, sexist, and handicap jokes. One or two grab a chuckle now and then, until you realize what you are actually laughing at.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

    Short and sweet, an excellent satire of fawning Obama sycophantism. 'You may recall, though, that Obama has often demanded in his speeches, "Let me be clear." So far no one has let him - and maybe that's be3st, because were we to have a clear insight into Obama's mind it might be too much for us. But perhaps one day he will no longer seek our permission and just go ahead and be clear.' Short and sweet, an excellent satire of fawning Obama sycophantism. 'You may recall, though, that Obama has often demanded in his speeches, "Let me be clear." So far no one has let him - and maybe that's be3st, because were we to have a clear insight into Obama's mind it might be too much for us. But perhaps one day he will no longer seek our permission and just go ahead and be clear.'

  12. 4 out of 5

    Gustavo Souza

    Funny light reading. A good short breeze between heavy books. It was published after the second year of Obama's presidency, so I would love to see the author's thoughts now, specially when, in the book, he prophesizes about the doom that the next president could bring -- he could not see Thrump coming. Funny light reading. A good short breeze between heavy books. It was published after the second year of Obama's presidency, so I would love to see the author's thoughts now, specially when, in the book, he prophesizes about the doom that the next president could bring -- he could not see Thrump coming.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    Simple fun A lighthearted look back the at SQUEE!!! fest that was the Barack Obama presidency. Obama opponents will laugh at the ridiculousness of Obama fans' overreaction to every little thing he did, but fans probably won't enjoy seeing themselves so portrayed. Simple fun A lighthearted look back the at SQUEE!!! fest that was the Barack Obama presidency. Obama opponents will laugh at the ridiculousness of Obama fans' overreaction to every little thing he did, but fans probably won't enjoy seeing themselves so portrayed.

  14. 4 out of 5

    LadyCalico

    This book was so hilarious and right on the money regarding our current poseur-in-chief. Fleming really nails it! The political scene has been so angry, ugly, and depressing lately that a good belly laugh really hit the spot. Thank you Frank J. Fleming--I needed that.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mario

    It seems to be very rare to find good, modern-day satire -- particularly with President Obama, a subject most comedians seem to shy away from. It is short, but funny, and the list of Presidents (and why Obama is clearly better) is not to be missed.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Noah

    A quite funny short read about the "accomplishments" of Obama. Read the book in less than an hour and enjoyed many laughs. Anybody interested in the future of the USA may want to give this book a read. Enjoy! A quite funny short read about the "accomplishments" of Obama. Read the book in less than an hour and enjoyed many laughs. Anybody interested in the future of the USA may want to give this book a read. Enjoy!

  17. 5 out of 5

    CJ

    A few have said that this is too short... I disagree. True, I was finished reading it in less than an hour, but riiiiight around the point where it started to drag, he wrapped it up. It's possibly the most pointed satirical broadside I've read in modern times. Excellent reading. A few have said that this is too short... I disagree. True, I was finished reading it in less than an hour, but riiiiight around the point where it started to drag, he wrapped it up. It's possibly the most pointed satirical broadside I've read in modern times. Excellent reading.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dee Renee Chesnut

    This was a free, ebook of humorous content. It is short so it can be read in the length of a commercial break of political announcements, at least for the political announcements here in Ohio eight days before the election.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brett

    This is what political humor is if you take out the humor. And the intelligence. And the politics, for that matter. I do endorse the authors proposal to nuke the moon, however, so there's that. This is what political humor is if you take out the humor. And the intelligence. And the politics, for that matter. I do endorse the authors proposal to nuke the moon, however, so there's that.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    Short but pretty funny book

  21. 5 out of 5

    John

    This is quite a short book, but kind of entertaining. Nothing earth-shattering, but a fun little read.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Totally funny. Very quick read. I felt like I was reading a book by my husband actually. ;)

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kevin

    A good tongue-in-cheek look at America's fascination with the "chosen one." A good tongue-in-cheek look at America's fascination with the "chosen one."

  24. 5 out of 5

    Bernie Clarke

    Very funny comedy, basically this is how the main stream media and other kool aid drinkers think of Obama, they probably think its a biography. Cheap on Kindle too.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Paul Townley

    Funny book, sarcastic, exposes the liberal kool-aid drinkers and their adoration of the charlatan president. The Emperor has no clothes. Funniest book I have read this year.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Brenna

    freaking hilarious! I laughed so hard I cried.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    Slightly amusing at times. I'm pretty sure it's mainly just stuff taken from the author's website; it reads that way at least. 1.5 stars. Slightly amusing at times. I'm pretty sure it's mainly just stuff taken from the author's website; it reads that way at least. 1.5 stars.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    Nice, quick read. Reminded me a lot of the comedy style of Phil Schwarzmann's "How to Marry a Finnish Girl". The section comparing Obama to every U.S. president before him was the best section, IMO. Nice, quick read. Reminded me a lot of the comedy style of Phil Schwarzmann's "How to Marry a Finnish Girl". The section comparing Obama to every U.S. president before him was the best section, IMO.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Shea

    Eh, humorous. But i am sick of politics. Finished in an hour between 2 fifteen minutes breaks and a half hour lunch.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sue-b-doo

    Hilarious! The irony of it is that democrats will believe every word!

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