So, I read an article that said you hadn't driven a car since 1996.
I know this may sound petty, but—that does make it seem as if you’re out of touch with the typical guy or gal on the street. I mean everyone else in America either has to drive their car, or hop the bus, or train to get to work. We have to make car payments, pay for repairs, and did I mention—gas! It’s relatively cheap now, but where were you when everyone else was paying $4.00 per gallon? Oh! That’s right; you were being chauffeured around in a limousine escorted by secret service agents, and flying around the world on a private jet, or on Air Force One.
It doesn’t seem fair.
When was the last time you cooked your own meal, scrubbed a toilet, or picked up dog shit in the backyard?
Far be it from me to question your lifestyle, but how can you represent America, if you don’t know what it’s like to be an American?
Just saying—with all this coddling it’s very likely you’ve lost touch with reality.
If you want to earn my vote, get a customer service job for six months. If you don’t wind up in a mental institution, you’ve got my vote.