In these strange days of Hope and Change, good news ain't what it used to be. Specifically, the latest example of "good" news is that Barack Hussein Obama has proclaimed "I am not a dictator." The bad news is that, when the comment is understood in context, he wishes he was a dictator so he could do away with Congress, the Constitution, and Conservatives.
Specifically, the president's comment was made in response to a jaw-droppingly idiotic question from an alleged journalist who asked why Obama can't head off the sequester cuts by forcing GOP members into a meeting and not letting them go until they make a deal. To which the president lamented that "the issue is not my persuasive power" but the fact that he's not a dictator - the clear implication being that if he were, by God, he could get this country moving again!
Of course, this is far from the first time that Barry has blamed his failures on the limitations of the presidency. He has previously whined that he is not the Emperor of the United States, and his job requires him (apparently unwillingly) to execute laws that are passed. And why hasn't the president achieved immigration reform? Because "I'm not a king."
And it's not just the limitations of his office which annoy B. Hussein - it's the snippy "hey, we've got rights" attitude of the annoying American people. How else to explain his remark that he would find it "easier to be the president of China." This is a United States president who looks at Tiananmen Square and is on the side of the freaking tanks.
America is facing serious problems right now, many of them caused or made worse by this president. But the reason these problems persist is not the fact that Barack Obama is "not a dictator." Rather, the problem is he is not an even marginally competent leader.