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Top 5 Least Funny Jokes Told by President Obama at the WHCD

Face it, Dems. Obama doesn't do humor -- at least the kind of self-deprecating humor that presidents like John Kennedy and Ronald Reagan were famous for.

Obama's humor is mean-spirited. His zingers aimed at others feel like twisting the knife rather than a good-natured nudge. While there is always some measure of exaggeration when it comes to zinging an opponent, Obama's premise is usually false to begin with. This makes his humor self-serving and decidedly unfunny.

Here, in my opinion, are the top 5 least funny jokes told by President Obama at the White House Correspondents' Dinner last night.

1. I admit it — last year was rough. Sheesh. [Laughter] At one point, things got so bad, the 47 percent called Mitt Romney to apologize. [Laughter]

Politicians are a fair target. But the American people? Sheesh!

2. Sometimes I do feel disrespected by you reporters. But that’s OK. Seattle Seahawks’ cornerback Richard Sherman is here tonight, and he gave me some great tips on how to handle it. Jake Tapper, don’t you ever talk about me like that! I am the best president in the game! What do you think, Richard, was that good? [Laughter] A little more feeling next time. [Laughter]