> He's an American, a left wing socialist American, not that the alternatives are any
> better at the moment.
> I see him as an elitist who thinks he's better than the average citizen, a guy who
> has not much in common with the average citizen, he doesn't understand the country he
> leads, he doesn't understand foreign affairs, the economy, or ordinary folk.
> I fail to see how people can say he isn't a politician, he sold the American people
> on a fake vision of change. I doubt those that like him can understand why I don't
> like him.
> I haven't watch FOX news for a while. I like Bill O'Reilly but I cringe every time he
> tries to say he's a simple man or has anything in common with average Americans.
> Sorry Mr. Millionaire with multiple Masters Degrees from Ivy League Universities, but
> I fail to see how you could have anything to do with average folk, I don't even see
> myself having much in common with average folk. No I don't see myself as better or
> superior than the average citizen.
> I think little of politicians, but I think even less of them when they pretend they
> care about the average citizen. I see Obama as just as bad as Bill O'Reilly in
> pretending he's something he isn't. To me doing so and getting away with it pisses me
> off as much as it pisses off Atheists who get angry at "Self righteous Christians"
> who pretend to be pious when they are just as bad as the people they judge.
> I was asked why I feel the way I do about Obama and answered it honestly. I don't
> care for the Tea Party, am a moderate Republican with some moderate and liberal
> beliefs. I don't think any newsgroup is unbiased, including Fox news. I don't care
> for the Republicans running for president. I think Obama is an American. I do doubt
> he's a Christian but I don't think he's a Muslim. I think he's agnostic but pretends
> to be a Christian just like I think many Republicans pretend to be Christian.
I could really use your opinion. I know this guy who says he's a Christian. However, he violates
God's law by co-habitating with a woman and not marrying her in order to exploit a loophole
in man's law, which keeps him eligible for more disability and/or insurance benefits because he's
single. Since he knowingly and willfully violates God's law for his own benefit, should we even
consider him a Christian?
Oh for Pete's sake.