“One of the things I learned as president is you represent the entire country. If you want to be president, you have to work for everyone.”
Obama told the host that “this is a big country. And people disagree a lot, but one thing I’ve never tried to do -- and I think none of us can do in public office -- is suggest that because someone doesn’t agree with me that they’re victims or they’re unpatriotic.So if you really did "represent the entire country" and "worked for everyone," why is it that you have given waivers of your failed health-care law to yourself, Congress, and those who are politically connected to you, but not the rest of us?
If you really "represented the entire country," why do you refuse to negotiate over your risky-scheme called Obamacare when most of the nation has not wanted it since it was debated, and you rammed it down the throat of America against our will?
If you really represented all of America and didn't question the patriotism of those who disagree with you, why do you accuse those of us who opposed Obamacare of wanting to hurt people? Why do you call us "hostage takers?" Why do you try to take your anger out on World War II vets who want to visit a memorial they built with their sacrifices? Why do you stay silent when not only members of your Regime call opponents of Obamacare "suicide bombers" but members of your party use the terms "jihadist" and "terrorist" against those in Congress and working Americans affected by your policies who oppose them?
If you really didn't have a problem with those who disagree with you, why have you allowed the IRS to conduct a witch-hunt against Tea Party groups in a manner that even Richard Nixon never was allowed to do?
Why? Because you're full of **it! Every word that comes out of your mouth is a damn lie. You're a showman, an actor, just like the brain-dead Hollywood sycophants who breathlessly "pledge allegiance to you" as if the President is the nation.
It was all, "just words, just speeches." America deserves better than that, and we deserve better than you.