Let's deconstruct this bullshit.
"The business of America is business."
Ostensibly the two usages of "business" in this clause are distinct; otherwise you would simply be offering a circuitous definition of the term. Even by your standards that would be dumb as ****. Since the second instance of "business" in that first clause lends itself strictly to "business" as in "enterprise," as opposed to "business" as in "concern" (e.g. "It's none of your business"), we can safely assume that you are saying that the concern of America is business. America has many concerns, however; we presume you mean that business is America's operative concern
What are we to make of such an assertion? How can we make anything of it? What kind of business? Weapons manufacturing? Water softener repair? Who was the last President with extensive business experience? Or were you simply using repetition as a lyrical device, a la Faulkner, in an attempt to sound smart?
"It's unfortunate for America that Barack Hussein Obama has zero experience running any sort of business."
Although stupid, this clause at least tries to impart something resembling insight. But implicit in the clause is the assumption that running a private enterprise, say motherfucking Burger King (Herman Cain--hahahahahaha!), in which the objective of the executives is to profit from selling fat, provides the experience necessary to running America, experience that can not be obtained serving as, I don't know, a U.S. Senator.
Even you will agree, H2O man, that this is nonsense. In fact, since the objective of the President is to serve the people of the U.S., not to maximize profit, the reverse of your statement is true. It's incredibly fortunate for America that the President has zero experience running any sort of business.
Finally, we must question your intent. Are you really so stupid as to believe your post, or are you just an asshole?
The world may never know.