I believe that’s how conservatives view liberals in general and vice versa. We both see each other as totally un-American. Each see’s the other as contributing to the destruction of the country and in all actuality we both are when we reach a point where we can’t agree to disagree.I don't think Obama was born in Kenya. I do believe -however- that he sees himself as a foreigner and does not have pride in America. He's sees America as a dodge or a hustle. America -in the eyes of a Barrack Obama- is something you scam from. He sees America as a joke. It fit the national mood five years as the disparity in wealth and power grew considerable enough to leave people feeling disenfranchised and disaffected. Enough lingering resentment (not to mention the utter ineptitude of Mitt Romney and the Republican Party establishment's fear of engaging a black man) got Obama pass the finish line last year. However, the mood of the country is slowly changing. Obama is through, but he's too self-involved to notice. This era of malaise will soon be over and Obama's legacy along with it.
That said, Barack Obama is as American as anyone else. He simply does not agree with your particular vision of America and neither does any other liberal. So when conservatives accuse Obama of not seeing America as they do they are correct in that, but the notion this somehow makes Obama un-American is as ridiculous as your attempt to try to explain why the majority of the populace doesn’t share your vision.
The mood of the country is not changing. It is your Party which must change or you will find yourself forever making excuses for why you lost.