The leader of my country hates me. Plain and simple. He does not want me to have upward mobility. He does not want my kids to have ONE 40-hour job, but demands they have TWO 30-hour jobs. He hates my politics. He hates my skin color. He hates my limited successes and aspiration. He hates my rights under the Bill of Rights. He hates my religion and forces adoption and tolerance of another religion that hates me. He hates my ideas and ideals. I am a minority of ONE and my leader is actively discriminating against me. He has implanted active members of the Muslim Brotherhood into high positions in his regime - and they hate me. He hates the military that protects my rights and provides for my protection. He hates my country ... and I hardly ever use the word hate since it is so strong, but in this case it is very fitting. Divisive? Does not want unity if it includes conservative principles? You betcha!
Oh, I agree. I think he hates us (by “us,” I mean non-Muslim Americans in general). He is cultivating native born black Americans to try to give himself legitimacy, and among immigrant groups, he’s obviously trying to use Hispanic Americans. He’s having less success with them and I think that unless he perceives them as totally loyal, they’ll soon be on his hit-list too (which is why he took from the legal Latin American quota and gave it to immigrants from “Muslim countries”). Indian Americans and Asian Americans are generally more educated than blacks or Hispanics, so it’s a little harder to use them, although unfortunately a lot of Asian Americans seem to be flocking to the Dems. So he may decide they’re ok.
With Obama, it’s all because he sees himself as the Third World Savior, one whose whole life is built on opposition to the West, particularly as represented by the US. He’s Muslim or Islamist in his sentiments because he rightly sees it as the ideology most opposed to everything represented by the West and even the Christian East, such as reason, liberty, and natural law.
And that’s not all, he hates red states. In my case, I’m in Kentucky, which votes reliably Republican in presidential elections and has two GOP senators. The current president has only been to Kentucky twice. The first visit was a campaign stop at Louisville in May 2008. The second was to Ft. Campbell in 2011, to meet the Navy SEALS that got bin Laden. Both visits only lasted 2-3 hours, so he could not have gotten a good look at the state. I don’t expect he will ever go to a Kentucky Derby, for instance, because the Queen of England was there in 2007, and we know he hates England, too.