I’ll take a pass.
At least these are two jobs he’s “saved or created” — they’re in Sweden, but it’s a start:
Tucked behind a shopping centre in southern Sweden is a little food cart with a big name.
“Obamas” – written without an apostrophe in accordance with Swedish grammatical custom – serves falafel, kebab and sausages, prepared and served by Amro and Soumia Hawary, who opened up shop almost three years ago.
“I named it Obamas because I really like the American president Obama,” said owner Amro Hawary to The Local.
“I have followed his career since he was in Chicago, a few years before he was president.”
You can’t see Obamas from the main road and there is not a lot of traffic flow to help you find your way. But, thankfully, there is a giant Obama head on a “Falafel, kebab and sausage” sign on the main road, directing the way to the little cart.
Amro Hawary is also an artist, responsible for the Obama drawings on the cart and the street sign.
“My husband loves him,” says Mrs. Hawary.
“If we had children he would name our son Obama, and our daughter, she would be Michelle.”
These people are a healthy Obama campaign donation and one solar panel on the roof of the lunch truck away from securing a multi-million dollar Department of Energy loan.