Well see, it's about context. I'm not sure what the context of this meme was originally, but I'm not disagreeing with you. If a known beggar said this, then of course I'd say that they were begging. But if a kind-hearted fellow that wanted the best for everyone said the same thing, then it would mean something different. Again, I think I'm seeing your point and to a great level you're absolutely right, saying otherwise would be the fallacy here. But I don't think you understood my comparison? What I meant was, if I said that a certain quality is found among a group of items, and I myself was included in that grouping, then my thought experiment was to see your view on the matter; whether or not that quality was a quality I possess exclusively, or (because it is possessed by this group exclusively) there is an amount of items in the group that share the quality, the implication here being that I may or may no have that quality.
I admit, looking back on this it would be hard to compare to the meme, so I get why you would misunderstand my extremes. So to boil it down, what I was saying was if your standing on the matter was a. Since I am in this group, I have that quality, b. I may or may not have that quality, as I am in the group that quality is exclusive to, or anything in-between. Of course, you made some good points too, and if I'm being honest with you I started out pretty biased and closed to the subject. I can definitely tell that I missed something, thanks for helping me see the other possibilities.
So in conclusion, as for who is right... I don't know. It could be either, I'm beginning to double-guess myself as well lol