Which gets us, inevitably, to the King of I, who unselfconsciously claims ownership of ... everything. "My military," "my White House," "my cabinet," "my secretary." The president does first person singular more than Mr. Christie does.
--Peggy Noonan in her latest Wall Street Journal column
Christie used the word "I" 692 times during his 108-minute stay in front of the national and state media [on Thursday], according to Dana Milbank. He said, "I'm" 119 times and "I've" another 67. The words "me" came out of the governor's mouth 83 times and for good measure he said "me" or "myself" on 134 occasions, [Dana] Milbank reported.Yeah, Obama's way more of an egomaniac -- Peggy knows that's true because, well, it just is.
--Newark Star Ledger on January 10, citing this Dana Milbank column