So, as some of you who assiduously stay tuned to news throughout the day already know, President Obama recently commented on the death of Trayvon Martin and the trial of George Zimmerman: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57594581/obama-trayvon-martin-could-have-been-me-35-years-ago/ His disappointment with Martin's death, the trial's outcome, and Florida's Stand Your Ground law (even though the law was not used in George Zimmerman's defense) should be apparent to anyone who reads the above story or watches the video it contains. After reading about Obama's statements, I only had one question to ask: Why is this any of his god-damned business? I am well aware of the fact that, as a head of state, the President of the United States is obliged to visit, publicly acknowledge, and offer moral support to those areas of the country that have been struck by devastation or tragedy. After all, what kind of leader wouldn't visit Ground Zero, K-ville, Sandy Hook, or victims of the Boston Marathon bombing? As the head of our national government, though, what business does Obama have in publicly opining on state-level matters that show no flagrant oversight of the rights that the Constitution affords to all of us? I would argue that the greatest thing about America is the diversity among her states, a diversity that wholly stems from our federal style of government and the police power given to each and every state. After this speech, President Obama should go back to his Constitutional Law casebook for a refresher, just as he should have when he involved himself in the Henry Louis Gates arrest controversy and just as he should when he decides to do the same thing again in the future.