... what's so likeable about a man who repeatedly reminds his adversaries that he won the election?
What's so likeable about a man who while abroad describes his country as "arrogant, derisive and dismissive"?
What's so likeable about a man who abandons our allies while bowing to our enemies?
What's so likeable about a man who says things would be a lot easier for him if he were President of China? Yes, life would be easier for him. He could put the Catholic Church under his thumb and do away with his opposition, our independent judiciary and our free press. Life, however, would be a great deal harder for us.
What's so likeable about a man who states that a local police department acted stupidly when by his own admission he wasn't there and didn't have all the facts before him?
What's so likeable about a man who berates a reporter for not letting him finish his answers during an interview? In fact, all the reporter did was to have the audacity to correct him about his margin of defeat in Texas during the 2008 election.
What's so likeable about a man who invites one of his chief critics to sit in the front row to listen to a key public policy speech only to publicly lambaste him?
What's so likeable about a man who on the one hand demands civility and on the other accuses Republicans of wanting "dirtier air, dirtier water and fewer people with health insurance"?
What's so likeable about a man who blasts questionable language by Rush Limbaugh but grants a waiver to Bill Maher for far more egregious language after Maher donated more than a million dollars to one of his Super PACs?