Mark Steyn is great!
Here he is taking advantage of the obvious opening President Obama gave when he lectured everyone at the National Prayer Breakfast about the need to support his tax and spend policies because we must be “our brother’s keeper.”
To that, Steyn said:
“Oh, give me a break. For a start, when he says, ‘I am my brother’s keeper,’ his brother is back in Kenya living on $12 a year. That’s what he was living on at the time of the 2008 election. So, all the President has to do, in terms of shared responsibility, is to put a $10 bill in an envelope and mail it to Nairobi or Mombasa or wherever, and he will double his brother’s salary. This version of shared responsibility means the State should be your brother’s keeper.”