They say you should never meet your heroes, and it seems Boardy has learnt this lesson for himself. Not that he was too badly disappointed, mind you, but Obama evidently didn't turn out to be the god that he expected.
The thing in this case is that Obama hopes to be a figurehead of government. His relation to divinity happens to be an important aspect of his viability in this chosen role. This may be a minor disappointment, but it may drastically affect Boardy's vote. Do boards even get a vote?
In a nice contrast, Chris is relieved that he is now less likely to lose his best friend. Does this make him a bad friend? Relishing in his friend's disappointment because it secures the friendship? It is one of many deep philosophical questions that Superosity likes to throw at us on a regular basis.