The leader of the free world let his emotions flow this week, crying as he thanked staffers the day after his re-election. The tears of joy were humanizing, but it begs the question: where are the tears of heartache for those who are suffering?
Where are the tears for the 23 million Americans out of work who worry about putting food on the table, the Hurricane Sandy victims who are still without power or without a home, and where were the tears as the four flag-draped coffins returned from Benghazi?
We have people crying out for jobs and a better life. The presidentís answer is to redistribute the wealth and provide the poor a subsistence-level income.
We have storm victims wading through sewage on the East Coast to find the smallest possession, and our president dons his Barack OíBomber jacket for a photo op and jets off to the campaign trail.
We have a terror attack on 9-11 in Benghazi, and our leader hops on a plane to Vegas to fill his campaign coffers.