On Obama's Elitism

During the election campaign in California, Obama was quoted for a remark relating poverty, fundamentalism, guns and bitterness; a remark that was interpreted as elitist.

Here is a hilarious comment from someone bitter.

In Time magazine, April 28, 2008, "A Bitter Lesson":
"I think them remarks is the absolute truth," said Bill Williams, 60, a bearded disabled veteran from Waynesburg who attended an Obama town-hall meeting near Pittsburgh. "We like our faith and our guns. I went to church when things were bad, and I went out and I hunted for my family food, where I didn't know whatever to put the gun in my mouth or to shoot an animal. So, yeah, he was right on the money. And was I bitter, and am I bitter? Hell, yes, I am."