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Obama's Entrepreneurial Communist Manifesto

Lighthouse52 Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 8:37 AM
For President Obama, the cellar is the limit. Jesus Christ came to save individuals. Each person must choose whether to trust and follow Him. It is not a government choice. It is not a collective choice. It is an individual choice. God works through individuals. They work together as teams to accomplish worthy ends. Governments are instituted among men to serve the people and to protect their God-given rights. If President Obama was one of the Founding Fathers, America would not have protected life and liberty and Marxism/socialism would have prevented anyone from pursuing happiness and catching it. "E Pluribus Unum" means "From Many One" but it is achieved by bonds of constructive cooperation not governmental coercion.
President Barack Obama's recent business-related comments in Virginia ("If you've got a business -- you didn't build that; somebody else made that happen") sounded more communistic than capitalistic, especially because the "somebody" to whom Obama referred was in fact the U.S. government.

Progressives and the mainstream media were quick to come to the aid of the president by stating that similar statements have been said by other entrepreneurial moguls, such as Henry Ford, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Andrew Carnegie and Walter Chrysler. Others excused Obama by saying he "borrowed" his business verbiage from Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren.