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Why “You Didn’t Build That” Won’t Go Away

kmackellerann Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 12:54 PM
One of the first steps at actually ending our system is the downplaying of the individual and their positive effects on society. The Group (State) becomes the new "Person" made up of parts who once were individuals but now are just parts of the State. I think the progress from there is obvious...

President Obama’s self-revealing “You didn’t build that” speech in Roanoke, Va., is turning out to be the gift that keeps on giving.

The speech was delivered July 13, and the New York Times last week dubbed it “the campaign story that will not go away.” There are several reasons why this story won’t—and must not—go away.

Reason number one is that this is the first time that President Obama has revealed for public consumption a foundational tenet of his economic theory. The Obama administration has a history of being cagy. For example, we think we know why White House...