Presidential Shame vs. Presidential Inspiration

Let’s compare and contrast, shall we?

For me, Thanksgiving is about taking a reprieve from the stresses of maintaining my house, my bank account, my work relationships, etc.  It is hands-down my favorite holiday,  we overindulge in food, football, drinks, Grandma Baba leads us in old 1940s war and sailor songs, then more drinks, pie, more singing, etc.  There is nothing better than spending time with family, since togetherness seems harder and harder to come by in these days of gauging air fairs and increasingly demanding work and family schedules.Apparently, our perpetually campaigning president thinks it’s OK to butt-in on my family’s joyous traditions; he’s trying to turn families like mine against each other all over the country.  Well, Mr. President, it’s not OK.  Just because your legacy piece of legislation is more like the Terrible Awful pie from The Help than Aunt M’s pecan pie, doesn’t mean it is acceptable to damage family relationships because you think it might (it won’t) fix your crap sandwich.  Your pushing of Obamacare Thanksgiving talking points is Soviet-style creepy.  Creepy, creepy, creepy.

This is how a president should conduct himself:

Even Huffpo thinks your lame, Obama.

Shameful.

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