Barack Obama & MSNBC’s Ed Schultz Make GQ’s “25 Least Influential People Alive”


Here is some change you can believe in … Obama among the 25 least influential.

It is that time of year already when we have the lists of the best, worst, most and least of 2011. According to GQ, President Barack Obama and MSNBC’s talking loon Ed Schultz have made the list of the “25 Least Influential People Alive”.

MSNBC’s Ed Schultz comes in at #3. Ouch.

…Then there pundits like Ed Schultz. Do you watch “The Ed Show” on MSNBC? Of course you don’t. No one does. The only reason people watch “The Ed Show” is they’re working out in a hotel gym and they can’t find a staff member to change the channel to ESPN.


According to TVN, Obama came in 25th. Can’t wait to see the explanation.

Although most people are saying Ed who? The fact that Barack Obama, the Obamamessiah, The One … the man who was going to transform the Democrat party and transcend politics as we know it is #25 shows just has far Obama’s star has fallen. In order to be influential as President, one must first be a leader. Something that Obama has failed miserably.  TV Newser has the others that made the list.

It is the underlying mood in the country that Obama has been a total and complete failure as President. When a sitting President who the MSM touts as being the answer to all problems makes such a list … HOUSTON OBAMA, YOU GOT A PROBLEM.

See you at the ballot box in 2012.

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  • Comments

    5 Responses to “Barack Obama & MSNBC’s Ed Schultz Make GQ’s “25 Least Influential People Alive””

    1. barbreee on November 26th, 2011 9:13 am

      Oh, I would say he been very influential, in a very negative way. But glad to see his name on this list. Until he is out of office, there will be no improvement to the economy. Those that could help, are waiting for that time to do so. There will be an amazing turn around I think.

    2. mc on November 26th, 2011 9:36 am

      IMO, I’d give the imPOTUS two notable achievements:

      1) showing to the world the U.S. can elect a non-white person with a funny name into the office of President
      2) being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for, um…?

      Yep, he belongs on that list.

    3. Questionman on November 26th, 2011 9:49 am

      Giving the wealthy tax cuts DOES NOT create jobs, never has. The DEMAND for a product or service DOES create jobs. The majority of America still blames Bush for the shape of our economy. The two tax cuts not paid for, the two wars not paid for, the prescription program for Medicare not paid for and Bush deregulating the banks and Wall Street is what got us into this mess and it will take Obama to get us out. It took 8 years to trash the economy, Obama should have the same so he can fix it.
      SM: Just one problem with your philosophy … Democrats were in control of the Congress for some of those Bush years. Also, Obama has made it worse, not better in his 4 years.

      Most people would have voted Obama out this year had the election taken place.

      Obama gets no more time, he has no plan except taxing the rich. I guarantee that when a Republican gets elected president and the Senate goes to the GOP and more Republicans are elected to the House … we will see a change in the economy. Obama has gone out of his way to harm the economy for his radical. Leftists agenda.

      The experiment is over … Obama blew it. Four more years of Obama would mean the end of America.

    4. Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup » Pirate's Cove on November 27th, 2011 7:52 am

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    5. Scott on November 28th, 2011 6:04 am

      #3 – idiot boy…or yoyo flamer….

      You don’t know what you are talking about; giving the wealthy WHO run these companies a tax break does INDEED create jobs…remember the average unemployment rate under Bush was around 5 or 6%; maybe lower….

      Why did Obama extend the Bush tax cuts TWICE if they did not work?

      Obama has gotten us in two more wars; most notably Libya where we had boots on the ground and still do.

      You are dead wrong in your libtard assertion that most of the country blames Bush for the economy. Care to provide any proof of that you twit?

      Bush did NOT de-regulate the banks. In fact; the housing crisis can be credited all the way back to Jimmy Carter and later by Bill Clinton with the Community Re-investment Act which FORCED banks to give homes to people who could not afford them.

      How little you forget that from 2000-2004; the economy was BOOMING; people were buying SUV’s; flat screen TV’s and improvements to existing homes; but then Barney Frank and Chris Dodd TRASHED the economy with their co-horts at Fannie and Freddie.

      OBAMA has increased the National Debt by almost $5 TRILLION; more than all the President’s before him combined.

      His stimulus DID NOT work; where are the jobs if the Stimulus worked? Even Obama admitted on camera that jobs were not as shovel ready as thought.

      You are libtard sheep. You have ZERO idea what and the hell you are talking about; try coming up with some original thought besides your daily libtard mantra that you idiots email each other everyday.

      America’s not buying LIBTARDIA anymore!

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