"I walk through the hotel and I walk down the street, and people look at me like I'm (expletive) insane, like I'm Kanye West," he said. "One day the light will shine through and one day people will understand everything I ever did," Hitler said, drawing boos and negative energy from the crowd who were there to snack on beer and pretzels, and not to listen to a sociopath with an ego the size of Reichstag.
The megalomania that flows so effortlessly from under Hitler's iconic moustache is perhaps only eclipsed by his seemingly endless capacity for sticking his foot in his mouth. Obviously, his power was not enough to stop his fellow Nazi Party members from being displeased.
"He seriously needs to let up on the rants. No one likes them and no one wants to listen to them. The sooner he gets that message, the better," said a National Socialist German Workers' Party pollster who didn't disclose his name.
"We can only create one rule for Hitler and the rest of the bunch to stop their crazy ranting: Put your boot in your mouth next time, and keep it there!" added a Nazi Party strategist who also chose to remain anonymous.
"Doesn't he ever learn that going off and saying asinine things will only make people hate him?" said their colleague, who quickly walked away.
Hitler has earned his reputation the hard way. At the Nuremberg congress, he stormed the stage and told a stunned Leni Riefenstahl that Beyonce should have won the award Riefenstahl had just been given for best female propaganda film. "Yo, Leni," he said. "I'm really happy for you. I'll let you finish, but Beyonce has one of the best videos of all time!"
Hitler, who has never suffered from an excess of humility, also compared himself to Eleanor Roosevelt this weekend as he spoke of harmful effects of trans fats and cigarette smoke on public health.
His notorious self-pity and penchant for feeling persecuted once led to his depiction as Keith Olbermann on the cover of Die Brennessel, the Nazi humor magazine.
Reich Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels told the popular magazine Der Stürmer, "I think Hitler is being true to Hitler. I don't think he thinks he's doing anything wrong."
Hitler is not the first political figure to gush his similarity to a delusional fruitcake. Barack Obama has been recorded on a video , and his White House communications director Anita Dunn has also gone on record confessing .
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At his latest rant he kept saying Bushhit! He was most probably out of breath by the time he dropped the "ler" from the end of the word.
Major Mistake says: Sounds right to me, Sir!
Go ahead and aquiese in the Washington Times' call for Obama: "Don't go on vacation. Just go."
Obama is a found out Democrat in name only. So let him go and put up another DINO against whoever the RINOs put up to run as canddiate for President!
Kayne's love child with Joy Behar..................