by Ben Shapiro
President Obama is my president. He’s not illegitimate. He’s not a usurper. He was duly elected by my fellow citizens — and as much as I think he’s a horrible commander-in-chief with anti-American ideals, that’s the choice Americans made in 2008.
But by the same token, President Obama isn’t my president. He isn’t doing anything for me, the typical, faceless American citizen. I’m not a member of a minority group — at least a minority group that counts (being Jewish obviously doesn’t count when it comes to Obama’s giveaway grab bag). I’m not a welfare case, and I’m employed. I’m not a member of a public sector union.
And so I don’t count when it comes to President Obama.
Categories: American politics