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Actor and comedian Rob Schneider declared that he’s “come around” and will not be voting to give “crappy” President Barack Obama a second term.

The former “Saturday Night Live” cast member was on the Atlanta-based “Regular Guys” radio show Friday and said that though he is a liberal and a Democrat, he will not vote for Obama.

“If Obama gets back in there, all those people that are already entrenched in that system of bureaucracy are going to be more entrenched, so I’m for kicking them out and starting over,” Schneider said. “I’ve come around to this. As a liberal, as a Democrat, there is no way that I can support Obama for a second term.”

One of the radio hosts pointed out that there will be plenty of black presidents in the future and to say Obama will be the only one is nonsense.

“This is America, we’re going to have black presidents, we’re going to have female presidents, we’re going to have Jewish presidents, some of whom are going to be good and some of whom aren’t,” the host said. “We’ve had a lot of crappy white presidents in this country and we’ll have more white presidents.”

“It is a testament to this great nation that we’ve had a crappy black president,” Schneider said.

Schneider’s comments put him in company with fellow SNL alumni Jon Lovitz and Victoria Jackson, each of whom have been critical of the president.