Good News: Obama ‘Taking Historic Steps to Improve America’s Democracy’

In 234 years of America’s official existence, apparently there hasn’t yet been anybody in this country wise enough to perfect Democracy — until now:

President Obama said Sunday that the United States is still “working on” democracy and a top aide said he has taken “historic steps” to improve democracy in the United States during his time in office.

The remarks came as Obama met with Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev — one of the U.S. president’s many meetings with world leaders ahead of this week’s nuclear summit.

Actually, we have a Constitutional Republic, but don’t tell Obama that or he’ll rip that up too once he’s finished designing his version of Democracy (“I won, so everybody else shut up”).

I don’t doubt that Obama thinks “Democracy” needs work, what with the majority of Americans being against his schemes. What kind of unjust friggin’ Democracy is that?

But we’ll cut the president a break for now, because, true to his word, he is hard at work improving the United States:

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(h/t Lucianne)

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