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Unreal: Obama "Truth Team" Ad Claims Obama Never Said "You Didn't Build That"

Scott1488 Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 7:00 PM
"That" can only refer to something singular - as in "a business". If he meant to refer to "roads and bridges", he would have said "you didn't build THOSE". He is a genius, afterall.
Redumbapubs Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 7:15 PM

It's called conversational English dimwit. The man’s not turning in a research paper.

As any 3rd grader with common sense knows.
Scott1488 Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 7:26 PM
You libs are all trying very hard to make this work, and I appreciate your effort. I KNOW you realize that he meant "business" based on your ned to call names. You have no belief in your position, and I don't blame you for THAT.

Seein' as how yer wrong, and all.....
DinCO Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 7:48 PM
As any rationalizing liberal would divine, Obama surely couldn't have meant something that idiotic. Only, Gov, he did. His intention may not have been to denigrate successful business people, but the result is that he DID. Live with it.

Panic much?  Here is Team Obama's hilariously pathetic attempt to deflect Mitt Romney's body blows against the president's statist comments from last weekend.  The president has gone from "you didn't build that" to "I didn't say that:"
 


Simply incredible. The spot shows a clip of Romney reading a verbatim Obama quote, then snarks: "The problem? That's not what [Obama] said."  Twenty seconds later, the ad shows the clip of Obama saying precisely what his "truth team" just claimed he never...