Alas poor Barack I knew him well. Why doesn't he just go home and mind his own business as opposed at issuing thinly veiled threats against those who are supposedly in a special relationship with him?
What light from yonder window breaks? It is the sun and Obama is the moon. He is on the wane and should mind his own business. In making his speech he is not connecting with ordinary people but with big business which seems to be against what his presidency has stood for.
To be or not to be socialising democrat with great intentions but now taking up arms against a sea of troubles which he should have done against the NRA and for Obamacare.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions and it may be that Barack's intentions are to further the cause of TTIP backed by big business that will be paying for his lecture tour once he has left the Presidential Office.
If Obama wants to be great he must not be afraid as some are born great some achieve greatness and others have greatness thrust upon them. He will not achieve greatness by interfering in the politics of others.
The President is possibly guilty of being too bold in his speeches when sometimes it is better to have more than thou showest and speak less than thou knowest. By taking the side of big business he is more likely to alienate the other half of the special relationship.
Boris Johnson criticised the President for being hypocritical and I would agree as certainly men should be what they seem and Obama and America would be the last country to ally themselves with another country to the point where their sovereignty would be threatened.
So soon to be Mr Obama, thank you for the respect you show to our monarch and I hope you have a safe journey home. Please remember love all, trust a few do wrong to none.