GQ magazine names Obama as one of "least influential" people of 2014

Bush's fault
First, chairman of Stratfor George Friedman calls Obama’s a failed presidency. (Stratfor describes itself “a leader in the field of global intelligence”.) Friedman writes:

We have now entered the final phase of Barack Obama’s presidency, and like those of several other presidents since World War II, it is ending in what we call a state of failure.

Now GQ magazine calls Obama one of the “least influential” people of 2014 — a list that includes such inconsequential luminaries as actor Shia LaBeouf and the Brazilian soccer team.
At the end of the year, GQ publishes its list of “least influential” people of that year, defined as “people who took up vast clouds of oxygen, gave us back nothing of use, and probably helped accelerate the death of our planet.”
This is Obama’s second year in a row on this list.
Although the magazine insists their list of Least Influential People of 2014 is “in no particular order,” nevertheless Barack Obama is number two, after number one’s Bono and U2. Here’s what GQ‘s Drew Magary says about Obama:

Why are you still on Martha’s Vineyard?! Missouri is BURNING. Putin is conquering Europe. The CDC is playing nude Twister with Ebola patients. U2 is forcing bad songs on everyone. The NSA won’t stop watching me masturbate. I need you ON THIS. Are you even president anymore? When Obama got blasted for golfing shortly after ISIS beheaded journalist James Foley, he said, “I should’ve anticipated the optics.” How do you win the presidency without knowing that golfing makes you look rich and indifferent?

Here’s GQ’s unranked list of the 30 least influential people of 2014:

  1. Bono and U2
  2. Barack Obama
  3. Donald Sterling
  4. Carter Bays and Craig Thomas
  5. Zach Braff
  6. Roger Goodell
  7. Stephen A. Smith
  8. Dwyane Wade
  9. CNN
  10. Eric Cantor
  11. Derek Jeter
  12. Jay Nixon
  13. Rick Perry
  14. Benny Johnson
  15. The Brazilian soccer team
  16. Johnny Depp
  17. Cliven Bundy
  18. Suey Park
  19. Tom Wheeler
  20. Chris Christie
  21. Shia LaBeouf
  22. John McCain
  23. Woody Allen
  24. The Secret Service
  25. Robin Thicke
  26. Sarah Palin
  27. Dinesh D’Souza
  28. Desmond Hague
  29. Mary Barra
  30.  Cops

H/t Red Alert Politics

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Cool post!

Gunny G
Paul H. Lemmen

Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.


The darling of the liberal media has sure fallen a long way, too bad we have to suffer through this fiasco of a presidency before the Left finally wrapped their brain around the fact that Obama is a loser on all fronts.


These GQ metrosexual freaks of nature think Obama is too Right Wing.
Same with some of these radical clergy denouncing the riots for the wrong reason.
They’re breaking the silence OK.
The common thread going back 50 years: Communists hijacking our society, and half the country (including Congress) thinking its OK.
How much ammo should I warehouse?

Cheryl Smith-Bell
Cheryl Smith-Bell

Right on Ty, as much as you can find/afford! Me thinks GQ’s opinion matters very little to anyone one with any common since. Many off their list, do matter a great deal. Media has done their best to turn them off, but REAL poeple search for truth!

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu

I certainly could not find anyone listed that I would challenge as being consequential in our current world affairs.


hillary clinton should be on that list

Son of the Rabbit People
Son of the Rabbit People

Hmmm, I don’t see GQ magazine on the list….

Son of the Rabbit People
Son of the Rabbit People

I think Obama is extremely influential. All of the terrible things that the article lists as happening while our president dithers, are happening because he dithers. He is influential, it is just a negative influence.


Reblogged this on Jersey Girl Today and commented:
I always believed that Obama was full of shit & GQ magazine has confirmed him on their list in the #2 spot!

Steven Broiles

GQ is to journalism what Obama is to the Presidency. We have to remember that Obama was not selected to represent our interests, or even America’s interests, corporately.
Nevertheless, Obama has shown himself to be a vain, petty little man with the mentality of a 14-year old (if that old). At least the others on GQ’s list haven’t commanded their audiences to love them with the force of government!


Or as Nietzsche noted: “He is no Uber-Man!

Jessica A Bruno (waybeyondfedup)

Apparently GQ thinks they’re too important to be in the list. The fact they made this list proves just the opposite.


Duayne Wade ? Is probably the nicest guy you could ever meet…Its probably because hes not gay.