From a report at the link below:
Not counting instances when Mr. Obama quoted a letter from a citizen or cited dialogue from a movie, the president used the first person singular--including the pronouns "I" and "me" and the adjective "my"--199 times in a speech he delivered Thursday vowing to use unilateral executive action to achieve his policy goals that Congress would not enact through the normal, constitutional legislative process.
This speech, delivered in Texas, was reported by the White House to be 40 minutes long and contained more than 5,500 words.
“It is lonely, me just doing stuff,” Obama said in the speech which included many more instances of careless use of the English language along with the 199 examples of his first person references.
Mr. Obama said more than once that his favorite President was Abraham Lincoln. Perhaps Obama should strive to be more like Lincoln. President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettyburg Address was only 272 words--and did not include any form of the first person singular.
A portion of the speech was captured in the video above.
In this speech President Obama used a first person singular, on average, every 12 seconds. At that rate, had Obama spoken for just 15 more minutes, he would have used the first person singular more than 272 times in one speech—exceeding all the words in the Gettysburg Address.
One commenter wrote:
I cannot think of any past president who is so embarrassing.