Barack Obama Claims He Is The Most "Concerned" Person Who's Ever Existed -- Do You Agree?
My Fellow Americans,
Over the past few years I have been accused of many things, but the
charge which has stuck in my craw the most is that I am "not concerned
enough" about the American people. The Washington Post says I’m “out of touch.” The New York Times
says I take too long to “contemplate matters.” James Carville blasts
me for “dragging my feet” and being apathetic, and “aloof.” Even my
former top officials, like Shirley Sherrod, say I “don’t know what it’s
like (to be a true Black American).”
Meanwhile, conservatives say I am lackadaisical to the point of being
out-right insensitive, that I’m disconnected; too busy hobnobbing at
celebrity fundraisers and playing golf to know what it’s like for the
American people, etc.
Now, to top off all of these frequent accusations about my “apathy”
comes Mitt Romney and his speech before the NAACP in Houston,
Wednesday. Mormon Mitt goes before the nation’s oldest Black civil
rights group and chastises me for not addressing them this year; accuses ME of being indifferent to the plight of Black Americans and other minorities and the poor? Says MY policies are detrimental to job growth and “upward mobility”…?! Multi-million Mitt says I’m out of touch and ineffective at helping poor and middle-class in front of the NAACP, my own backyard?!
Well, that does it! I am sick of these baseless accusations. Enough is enough!
My fellow Americans, you must not believe
these lies. The fact is that I am more concerned about our 8.2%
unemployment, our 16-trillion dollar debt, our housing crisis, the
unprecedented surge in federal disability claims, a possible war with
Iran, or any....
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