On August 30, President Obama informed the American public that the U.S. military is at his personal disposal. And today at the G20 summit, Obama reiterated to the world that all our American armed forces are belong to him:

Oh yes he did (occurs around 1:20 mark):

And tweeters couldn’t help being thoroughly incensed at the nerve of the narcissist in chief:


Amen to that.

Editor’s note: This post has been updated with video.

  • Magnifico

    ….and we’re his subjects.

    • OLLPOH ~ America

      And we are at his mercy and the U.S. Military (our relatives and friends and neighbors) are now his mercenaries.

      • Leon Davis

        Wrong, my friend. Obama has the US military fighting on the side of al-Qaida and therefore, they are the mercenaries of Qatar and the Saudis.

        • OLLPOH ~ America

          We are saying the same thing Leon. He is making Our Military, composed of our friends, our family, our neighbors, our countrymen, into mercenaries of Qatar and the Saudi’s. Proxy war is not the job of our U.S. Military. He uses them as pawns. We the people are not being served. This serves no one but Obama and all his whims and petty megalomaniac ego and his staunch sycophants.

          • Leon Davis

            Agreed, my friend. Interestingly enough, we hear no more about bringing “democracy” to Syria, do we? That’s because it never was about “democracy”: it’s about “jihad”. The democracy nonsense was Hillary’s wheeze in order to rationalize, in her own mind, Obama’s jihadist goals. He’s putting US military forces at the service of jihad. What a massive cosmic joke that’s turning out to be.

    • http://www.coreyspofford.com/ YEROCDROFFOPS


  • copperpeony

    He’s building his own private mercenary military? Hence the buying of so much ammo?

    • PChandler

      “He’s building his own private mercenary military?”—

      Paid by the Caliphate of Saudi Arabia & Co, no joke:

      is gd/5LfrJa

      • OLLPOH ~ America

        No it is not a joke. It is really a World Wide Caliphate.

      • copperpeony

        It is not a joke. These people in the House and Senate are all like ‘deer in headlights’. Useless.

        • Leon Davis

          Because no one wants to be the first to call Obama “a jihadist”.

  • Marcy Cook

    Next he’ll say: “I didn’t say it was my military. The world said it was my military.”

    • http://www.common2cents.org/ Soulphoenix

      Bingo! King Obama, Regent of Earth.

  • OLLPOH ~ America

    Please arrest him, Now!

  • Clete Torres

    His military.

    His. Military.

    You can tell them apart from the US military by their brown shirts…

  • Perso Nasplit

    i think we have 3 years until he officially makes the Imperial Decree creating a “temporary” police state, to which he will hand down the power once the threat is gone.

    • Chrissy the Hyphenated

      Less than that.

    • Leon Davis

      I doubt that’s going to happen, Perso. For awhile there I was beginning to think Congress would give the doof an Enabling Act. That ain’t gonna happen now. If anything, Congress is going to authorize General Dempsey of the JCS to take day-to-day operational control of the military. I have no idea how Congress is going to take the hand grenade away from him before he pulls the pin but they’d better think of something real soon.

  • © Sponge

    It’s OUR military, asshole. It’s ALL OURS……every last bit of it. WE PAY FOR IT…..OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE.

    What a egotistical, narcissistic douchebag this guy is.

  • © Sponge

    I’m starting to see some very large similarities between his “leadership” style and one deceased Hugo Chavez.

    • Leon Davis

      Oh, it goes way farther than that, amigo. Hugo Chavez may have been a schmuck but he had his good points. At least Chavez delivered something to poor people and the middle class even if he made a dog’s breakfast out of the process. Chavez was a military guy and a patriot. He could point to the place where he was born. He was at home in the barrios. You knew who his friends and relatives were. Chavez would sing love songs in the middle of speeches. This fellow we have now might as well be an undocumented immigrant from the Planet Zorg. No friends. No family. No history. Has done nothing whatsoever for anyone but himself. Has accomplished zero. Pretty much hates everybody. Has a massive chip on his shoulder. By all indications, even his wife can’t stand the sight of him. Can’t give a speech unless someone writes it out for him. Is totally ignorant of basic American history. There are people who have massive egos in this world but you forgive them for it because they are geniuses at what they do. I suppose there’s a reason for this fellow’s humongous ego but I’ll be horn-swoggled if I can figure it out. Everything he touches turns right to merde. Nah, I don’t see much resemblance to Chavez. More like Robert Mugabe maybe. Or Papa Doc.

  • twinx


    • Maury

      Pan to the Left for the empty 211’s. Also, give the speech writer and the jester a raise.

    • stuckinIL4now

      KGIII reincarnated.

    • Catchance

      OMG! Still laughing. The overflowing ashtray, the can of Red Bull, the lighter with the Presidential seal. It’s perfect!

      • twinx

        IKR? I love, love, LOVE the look on Joe’s face! Priceless. And the looks on the gold angels flanking him: WTF???!!!????

    • RblDiver

      I resent that Fleur-de-lis being there. At least when the Saints leader was President, he was honest about being self-indulgent, not to mention ACTUALLY having disarmed a nuke with his bare hands! 😀

      (If you haven’t a clue what I’m talking about, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGyB9btDK4Q )

    • Scorpion

      The Declaration of War with Syria being signed with invisible ink.

    • Kleverabevera

      Where is the bong? There should be a really large ornate imperial bong!

    • Magnifico

      Amazing photoshop!

      • twinx

        I know. I wish I could do that!

  • Mary Lee

    He is such a pig.

    • E Quilibrate

      Now, Now, I have some very close friends who happen to be pigs and
      they are offended.

      • Mary Lee

        Yeah, come to think of it, it really is an insult to pigs, isn’t it?

  • derfelcadarn

    I do not know who the rest of the military belongs to, but i understand the Air Force belongs to Al Quida

    • Leon Davis

      No doubt al-Qaida can call in a US air strike. How much you want to bet the CIA has set that one up? Wasn’t al-Qaida created by the CIA back in the 70’s? I think so.

  • Archer305

    Anybody else think that me may try to take this bill that they are try to pass, which grants him the ability to do whatever he wants with the military (it might say “in Syria” but he has no need for semantics), and try to say he can deploy them domestically against “his” opponents? You know, us “enemies of the state” and “extremists” as in the DHS training docs? I dunno, seems fishy to me.

    • stuckinIL4now

      What Obumuh wants to do in Syria mostly likely would lead to WWIII. If he were to try to deploy the military domestically, it would result in the Second American Revolution and he would find himself immediately surrounded by “his” military.

      • Archer305

        Doesn’t mean he wouldn’t give it the ol’ college try. 😉

        • chefz774

          Partying, drinking, smoking pot, using cocaine, not going to classes, dating composite women and then hiding or denying most of it, or that most or all of it never took place?

      • Hiraghm

        WWIII ended over 20 years ago.

    • ARandKsmommy

      DHS, yeah we should be very worried about them. I highly doubt he could get OUR Military to turn on their own people…their own families…..Generals maybe but I believe OUR brave men and women would ignore their orders and protect us and our Constitution. They took the oath if they have honor they’ll stand by it.

  • right_on

    “I, Barack Hussein Obama, do solemnly swear to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, from all enemies, both foreign and domestic.”

    “Words…just, words!” ~ Barack H. Obama, Cir. 2007
    Hasn’t this president, who took the above oath of office, violated that sacred oath repeatedly, without consequences from legislative or judicial branches, or from the American people? Why is he still in office?

    When no action is taken to make this president operate within the restrictions placed upon him by the Constitution, it is not OUT OF RESPECT for THE OFFICE of President, it is out of cowardice from those whose duty it is to seek relief from this wannabe tyrant. If the narrative continues unchanged, I fear the worst for our country.

    • Hiraghm

      Moot point, since he’s not eligible to even hold the office.

  • AmericanMom

    Too bad there isn’t truthful and fact-filled journalism anymore to call him out on it. Propaganda and entertainment news still cover the me-I-myself presidency, but even so, negative reporting on their political idol is verboten.

  • Shawn Smith

    All the power belongs to Obama. All the responsibility belongs to . . . someone else.

  • Shawn Smith

    It’s the world’s red line, but it’s my military.

  • Michelle

    I don’t know where this “my military” is that he continues to reference, but I do know that OUR military is keeping an eye on things.

    • Marbran

      I want to believe you. I separated in 2002, and haven’t worked in DoD since 2007, so I don’t know the current viewpoint of the average soldier on all that is going on today. But I can’t help but doubt that the senior military leadership would not support Obama’s decisions even if they are a violation of his Executive powers. He’s had 4.5 years to place key leaders who support him, and I doubt the media will hold him to task if he oversteps his span of control.

  • BigTBoom

    Mine, mine, mine, it’s all mine…except that red line!!

    • sickofitall1096

      and the economy…

      • erehwon

        “… and this lamp …” [steve martin]

  • tarandfeatherthecrooks

    He’s been calling our White House “My White House” all along…

    • Michelle

      Yes he has, just one of the reasons I tuned him out years ago. From the beginning he has used, “my White House,” “my Secretary of Defense,” “my Attorney General,” etc.

    • tops116

      That’s why he cut White House tours, but went nuts with his Africa trip.

      • Marbran

        White House tours have been cancelled since March 9, and are still cancelled. Yet this guy…UFB.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      NO WONDER why he won’t let us peons and Peasants visit there…. Jawamax 8<{D}

    • Chrissy the Hyphenated

      I don’t think he has any intention of leaving.

  • oneteedoffpatriot

    Miss me yet? – Jimmy Carter.

    • twinx

      When my Lib friends at work think they’re being funny by saying, “I miss George Bush,” I counter with, “I can top that! I miss Jimmy Carter!” Drives ’em nuts.

    • Michelle

      I don’t. He’s the guy who let 52 Americans be held hostage in Iran for over a year and was at the helm during the gas shortage crisis.

      • ceemack

        Nixon presided over a gas crisis as well.

        • Michelle

          I was seven yrs old when Nixon left office, have no memories of his time in office so I can’t say I don’t miss someone I have no memories of. I remember VERY clearly the Iran hostage crisis while Carter was in office. I also have VERY clear memories of long lines at gas stations, people allowed to get gas only on odd/even days depending on last number on their license plate and the introduction of locking gas caps because gas theft became the norm. I can only miss or not miss those I have memories of.

          • redheadgrl

            Have you read Guests of the Ayatollah? It’s written Mark Bowden, who also wrote Black Hawk Down. I’m about 1/3 of the way through it, and it is a great depiction of what was going on inside the embassy and back in DC. And well written.

          • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

            Iremember Nixon, Ford and Carter very well, if anyone wants a history lesson… Jawamax 8<{D}

          • http://kevincdavis.net Kevin Davis

            I can top that, I was a little kid in the 70’s and I don’t remember the gas crisis at all..

          • Michelle

            Didn’t realize we were playing a game of “Top This”, I was explaining I can’t miss Nixon because I don’t remember his time in office, but can say I don’t miss Carter because I remember things that went while he ran the country. I was a kid in the 70’s too.

          • http://kevincdavis.net Kevin Davis

            That was my situation as well.. I remember most of the Carter admin, not the Gas crisis…

          • Michelle

            I remember it only because of the long wait in line to get gas when I was in the car with my mom, and the lines going down the street. And for some reason, although I was very young, I remember the odd/even plate days and everyone getting locking gas caps. I remember the hostage situation in Iran because it dominated the news for over a year, although I was too young to understand what was going on. I remember that a peanut farmer was President and that his brother Billy was a drunk. Other than that, there’s not much I remember about Carter. Reagan was the first President where I was old enough to start understanding things…and I remember him doing a hell of a job.

      • Hiraghm

        He also let Japan Inc virtually destroy the American auto industry.

      • TexasMom2012

        444 days!

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      “ALL TEETH, AND NO BRAINS!” #Americathon Jawamax 8<{D}

  • James Rose

    Don’t take these comments lightly folks. They are not a joke. Remember, from his own mouth, he wants a private civilian army.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      A’la Schckelgrueber (Sneezing)HITLER! Jawamax 8<{D}

      • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

        Geszund my height… Jawamax 8<{D}

  • descolada9

    I’m sure the members of the USA military really love knowing that they are all belong to Him and not to the nation and their fellow American citizens.

  • Kimberly

    He also said that this wasn’t like Libya where we had troops rolling in to help in a fire fight. This is news! This is the first time I have heard that he sent troops in to help in Benghazi

    • $35072932

      He misspoke – he must have meant that Valerie sent those troops in… or not.

  • tops116

    No, Obama, it’s *our* military. Unfortunately, you’re angling to use it to clean up *your* red line mess.

  • Kawaei

    if he gave “his” military a choice to voice their opinions on him…yea he wouldn’t have much of a military then

  • John W.

    I would much rather see Obama use “his military” in any Syrian intervention than see him use the United States Military.

    • World B. Free

      Yep. Let him gather up his “brown shirt” brigade and parachute them all into Syria & see how long they last against the Al Qaeda “rebels”.

  • radicallyalyssa

    I’ll be VERY honest, I say “my military” whenever I reference our service members. I say this because they are my country’s, and I have the upmost respect for them that I want them to know it. Of course I don’t mean they’re my PERSONAL service members, which maybe people might be thinking Obama means.

    In any case, I love my military :)

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      I call them OUR MILITARY, or by their given titles:The U.S. Army, Navy, etc.
      See, KING FINK OBAMA, it’s not that hard ro say.. Jawamax 8<{D}

      • radicallyalyssa

        Very right. Definitely “our” military, but I work with them. I know so many personally, it’s hard not to get super attached :)

  • George Washington Mclintock

    “My military” Kind of talk that’ll make me cling to “my” God given right to keep and bear arms.

  • BoltUp

    You are all over reacting – don’t you see the Fox News symbol on the video? Clearly they made this up to make him look bad. Again. //sarcasm off

  • https://youtu.be/h82D5ZvcALM CrustyB

    “Your military” is sworn to protect the US from all enemies, foreign and DOMESTIC. They may be coming for you one day, pal.

  • Karin_A

    And all of a sudden, I recalled the pic of him with the Marine holding an umbrella over his little head. Aaaargh!

  • sigh

    “all our American armed forces are belong to him”

    Heh going way back to 2001 for that one

  • smokey

    Now you have a glimpse of the future when you elect “intelligent” book learned people who have never spent an hour in the military and you make him your Commander-In-Chief. What did you expect ……………

  • JiminGA

    Silence….. the king has spoken. Disobey, and he will unleash his army on you.

    Another look into his narcissism.

  • c2

    Do you remember when Valerie Jarrett said on NBC that they were ready to “take power and rule”?

    These people do not think like Americans. I don’t care where any of them were born. They are not Americans in their hearts or minds.

  • SandMan00

    “My military,” when spoken by the head of state is Exhibit A in the case for including the second amendment in the Bill of Rights.

    • TheExecutiveProducer

      Your comment is brilliant and needs to be repeated constantly.

    • c2

      Once (though I don’t think it was) could have been a slip. Twice is a telegraph. He’s telling us what he really thinks.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      SAW THAT ON FACEBOOK! #Wisdom Jawamax 8<{D}

  • http://mpj.co WhoDat

    I feel like he’s missing a word. “My military [advisors]”? “My military [commanders]”? Something.

  • brwaldbaum

    Typical liberal: wants something for himself, but doesn’t want to pay for it.

  • capisce

    Pronoun Tourette’s – secondary to malignant narcissism.
    “I, me, my, ” pop up at inapproprate times – always, conveniently, when their use lends an air of power and might.
    Condition mysteriously clears up whenever their use implies accountability:
    i.e: MY economy – MY IRS – MY Benghazi debacle – MY foreign policy failures
    MY sequester – MY healthcare fiasco – MY fault

    • Irishwren

      Exactly. Well put. I teach Kindergarten children and Obama would fit right in. But we’d get him on the right track for learning how to take responsibility.

  • http://www.nleomf.org/officers/ FlatFoot

    What was it that the Left used to just lambaste President Bush with? Oh, yeah…

  • RockThisTown

    The military is his, but the red line he set isn’t.

  • RedSoloCup

    His military is the IRS. What a mental midget.

  • Dixie_Sugarbaker

    Well, generals have been retired and replaced left and right. Maybe he knows something we don’t.


    He has to overcompensate for his lack of control at home

  • Guest

    Obama’s view of “HIS” military

  • Guest

    Obama’s wife’s view of “HER” military

  • gold7406

    the irony of it all. if there had still been a draft most of the administration’s progressive supporters would be living in canada complaining about lousy healthcare.

  • robcrawford2

    Ready to rule, day one!

  • Alabama Mike

    “My military”? You didn’t build that! You are destroying it pretty good, though.

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    “HIS” Military, “HIS” War..Congress’ and the World’s Reputation….You know which FIVE WORDS come next, and for those who don’t…KING OBAMA IS A FINK! Jawamax 8<{D}

  • Adi

    “My armies are fighting on my behalf”.
    ~King Obamessiah

  • http://www.absoluteintensity.com dennis reilly

    he goes on and on and on with an answer until you don’t want to hear him because he says absolutely nothing

  • HARP2

    Will he be changing his name to Barack O`Bomber.

  • in_awe

    Even George Washington while leading the troops never referred to “my army or “my military”.

    Has another president before Obama ever claimed ownership of the US military as his own? Just when you think Obama can’t go any lower he does.

  • ELC

    Definitely Odumbo should be renamed NARCISSIST in CHIEF. Anyone who can continue saying the military is his personally needs their heads examined. His going mantra is MY!MY!MY this and MY!MY!MY!that.. He’s one sick dude who is absolutely clueless on foreign policy…that’s why we are where we are now. We are expecting the narcissist is get us out of this…we are screwed royally.

  • Nooneofconsequence

    when he first said it I thiught it just because he was an idiot. Now i think it is a deliberate attempt to piss off those who oppose him. What a dolt.

  • Batman

    Mr. Obama, get something in your head. You may occupy the most powerful office in the world, but you work for us, the American people. Think about that.

  • NixTyranny

    Hey, King Barack, about OUR country’s military, “You didn’t build that!”

  • momtothreebeagles

    I honest to goodness think he enjoys pissing people off and then laughing all the way to the next million-dollar fundraising event. He is pure, unadulterated EVIL.

  • Leon Davis

    It’s a little known fact that Obama rarely lets people ride on “his” plane. or “his” helicopter; or in “his” limo; or stand on “his” platform when he’s making a speech. This is why the porcine Chris Christie had a “Meg Ryan in the diner” moment when the Great and Exalted Most High Lord Obama let him ride on His Big Green Chopper. By the way, has the Great Most High Lord Obama let anyone back into “his” house? Or are the great unwashed masses still locked out?

  • http://www.dougdodge.com/ Doug Dodge

    It’s “MY” military but….. “I” didn’t draw any red line, the world/congress/UN peace treaty, anybody but me. remember???? I’m the chosen one

  • chefz774

    No, you people (did I just call you that? I must be racist) don’t understand! Obowtome operates by the same rules my cats do: 1. If I want it, it’s mine 2. If I say it’s mine, it’s mine, until I don’t want it anymore 3. If I say it’s mine, it’s mine, and it must never ever appear to be yours, until something goes horribly wrong, then it was NEVER mine in the first place. 4. If it all goes wrong, blame it on the dog (or Bush) See? Easy to understand once you know the rules

  • http://yourdaddy.net/ NotaLemming

    Arrogant Assclown

  • JR48

    I’m actually feeling sorry for him and I can’t figure out why.

  • dagnytaggart

    He is almost incapable of uttering more than 3-4 syllables at a time.

  • NCMountainGirl

    Remember the final scene in Patton? The voice over about the victorious general getting his Triumph, bedecked in a laurel wreath. There was always a slave whispering in his ear All fame is fleeting,

  • Judy Taylor

    Gagging. And in front of the world, no less. Other leaders must laugh behind his back.

  • nc

    Last Friday (8/30) Brian Kilmeade of Fox & Friends sat down with GW Bush for an interview before a charity golf event for families of fallen and wounded veterans.


    At just before the 5:00 mark, Brian remarks how all the vets he’s met have told him that they were glad to serve Bush (as President). Bush cut him off immediately, saying, “They didn’t serve ME, they served the country.”

    He also refers to “our military” several times, quite naturally. Note: this was a week ago, before all the BHO hubbub about this came up.

    Such a difference!

  • ClinkinKY

    Settle down. When he says “my military” he means since “DADT” was done away with. Such drama queens…/s

    • objectivefactsmatter

      His chorus line.

      Good thing they still have a few ships and planes to get that full tough guy effect.

  • Irishwren

    This is the talk of an egotistical brat. Of course, he’s done everything he can to handicap our magnificent military. Somehow, someway it still performs it’s assigned missions. Perhaps when Obama is retired to a nice Hawaiian golfcourse it can regain it’s footing. That’s assuming the next president is someone who loves America.

    • farhan842003

      How has he tried to “handicap” our military? Hopefully you’re not referring to the sequester that he himself has consistently said he would like to repeal, right?

      • Irishwren

        Alright child. Listen up. In the beginning the sequester was the “brainchild” of Obama who in his ever clear omniscient thinking put it forth as a consequence if the Joint Select Committe did not produce bipartisan legislation on budget cuts. Obama signed the order putting sequestration into effect in March of this year. In other words this is Obama’s doing. It’s time to stop listening to the pretty words and watch what he actually does. And, btw, why do you defend someone who hurts you? I suggest psychological help.

  • OLLPOH ~ America

    It sure would be nice if POTUS would get his scheduling together. We’re tired of putting up with the result of poorly timed self-proctology examinations, incomplete daily enemas and media moments.
    O’spews daily are nasty!

  • OLLPOH ~ America

    Essay in Tribes.
    Obama’s proclamation in knowing ‘all’ history because he was the grandson of a Muslim, and he spent childhood years in Indonesia and there are tribes where his father’s side of his family originated is going to solve the MidEast troubles; for him to brush up on ‘the all knower of history’ in objective knowledge one might fare by learning that just in North America that there are 500 (300 hundred recognized by the U.S. Census); How many tribes still exist? The ones that are no longer here, where did they go? What happened to them? And to know the inner fighting amongst each individual tribe?

    Yet, today he foments the white man of today along with ‘the settlers’ and is derisive in Tribes and Clans, and is scholarly in his Communist Saul Alinski, Karl Marx, MalcolmX, Black Liberation/James H. Cone-Jeremiah Wright seditiousness and wrote such proof in his autobiographies…
    Obama on White Folks Greed…(Why would he write this in an autobiography?)
    Taken from his book and in his own words: “Dreams From My Father” page 158 of 235 PDF Form:

    “It is this world, a world where cruise ships throw away more food in a day
    than most residents of Port-au-Prince see in a year,
    where white folks’ greed runs a world in need,
    apartheid in one hemisphere, apathy in another hemisphere…
    That’s the world! On which hope sits!

    …State Dept buys $70k worth of Obama’s books to tell the World White Folks Greed Runs a World In Need


  • robert anthony

    He thinks OUR military is ACORN with guns.

  • robert anthony

    I though they were HIS ‘umbrella holders’…or is it ‘parasol’ when you hold it for a gay-man?

  • robert anthony

    Imagine if Bush had said this.

  • robert anthony

    Funny. It’s HIS military…but it’ll end of being the REPUBLICAN’s war.

  • ProgressiveWarrior

    For the next 3 years or so it’s HIS military… They swear allegiance to the flag and their commander in chief, regardless of party affiliation. There’s a reason why the founders entrusted the military to a clear chain of command led by civilian rule. (i.e. the President).

  • Jimi Streets

    I have been saying ever since I first laid eyes on him dull olive-drab countenance – This man has an ego of truly historic proportions. I’m talking about being on a level with the most megalomaniacal figures throughout history.

    I’ll let you all figure out which historical figures I’m referring to.

    Thank God for what is left of the Constitution, for even that restrains this dangerous man to some degree…