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Obama Overplays “We” in Inaugural Speech

geotay Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 1:09 PM
Formerly having 200 acres just outside a large city, which we were developing with roads, sewers, power lines, etc., and which the county, then, took three-fourths of to put schools on - for a nominal price per acre - I can personally say you are correct. The obvious reason for the county's 'eminent domain' was, as can be understood by the establishment of schools, was it's very good 'location' - which is a prime factor in value. We'll get more for the fourth that's left than we got for the larger area.

When liberals make reference to U.S. economic history, they typically: 1) downplay the role of entrepreneurs, 2) suggest that bold government action has driven growth, and 3) fail to mention the scandals and screw-ups caused by federal interventions.

President’s Obama’s inaugural address reflected some of those mistakes:

Together we determined that a modern economy requires railroads and highways to speed travel and commerce….

No single person can … build the roads and networks and research labs that will bring new jobs and businesses to our shores…...

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