Here's part of his recent oral output in quest of a heroic place in history.*
"These kinds of interventions, these kinds of actions are always unpopular because they seem distant and removed," Obama said. "I'm not drawing an analogy to World War II, (Then why the Hell do you bring it up, Sir?) --
--other than to say, you know, when London was getting bombed, it was profoundly unpopular, both in Congress and around the country, to help the British."
Mr. President, Lend Lease was lopsidedly approved by congress months and months before Pearl Harbor and after a Gallup poll showed a majority of 1941 Americans approved "help(ing) the British" so long as our aid did not drag us into their war.
Did you, you know, like skip all your history classes to practice up on your organizing neighborhoods skills south of the Blackstone Hotel?
*Apparently he's given up on Obamacare as his ticket to Mt. Rushmore.