Barack Obama Reveals the Fondest Memory of His Presidency

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The last seven years in office have provided Barack Obama with no shortage of happy memories — from that time he killed bin Laden and the night of his reelection to the day he handed over American sovereignty to the secret one-world government. But thanks to the reporting of Twitter user Abbi Cucumber, we learned this morning that Obama’s fondest presidential memory came early in his tenure:

The “aca,” of course, is the Affordable Care Act. So there you have it: For Obama, nothing felt quite as good as realizing the great progressive dream of universal death panels. Among the other revelations from the president’s Q&A session on Twitter: He’d take Jordan over Kobe or LeBron.

Obama Reveals His Favorite Presidential Memory