"You go into these small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years. ... And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."He stood in front of a bunch of elitist Democrats in San Fransisco when he said this.
Just to drive his point home as he is attempting to defend his elitism, he repeated it on Friday in Indiana-
"People don't vote on economic issues because they don't expect anybody is going to help them," Obama told a crowd at a Terre Haute, Ind., high school Friday evening. "So people end up voting on issues like guns and are they going to have the right to bear arms. They vote on issues like gay marriage. They take refuge in their faith and their community, and their family, and the things they can count on. But they don't believe they can count on Washington."Oh, I see- people vote their values because they do not have jobs.
This is interesting- people take refuge in their religion and God, because they do not have jobs.
Seriously, this man is the candidate of hope.
So Senator Obama, should we put our faith in you instead of God, because you will get us jobs?
Or maybe we should stop relying on our families, so we can rely on you, Senator?
That is a great campaign slogan- "Give up your family, guns and religion and I, the Great Barack Obama, will give you a job!" or "Sacrifice all and Vote for King Obama and he will take care of his loyal subjects".
Hey Senator, you are not running for almighty King and all powerful ruler- you are running for President.
What a complete jerk this guy is.