The president's astonishing and revealing comments in Virginia last weekend have trickled up from the conservative blogosphere to center stage in the 2012 presidential campaign. A reinvigorated Mitt Romney has seized on the remarks, parlaying the president's candid expression of his government-centric worldview into a focused and effective line of attack. The Obama campaign, meanwhile, is mired in negative attacks and petty controversies. The bottom hasn't fallen out of their polling yet, but things aren't looking robust either. Desperate to beat back Romney's surge in confidence and clarity, the Left has taken to claiming that conservatives are taking Obama's...
Obama may be saying those who succeed didn't build the infrastructure they used to succeed. WRONG! All of us who don't receive welfare checks and who pay taxes built that infrastructure, not the government. So, either way, WE DID BUILD THAT, President ! AND, since slackers have the same advantage of the infrastructure (roads, bridges, etc.) our taxes have built, that those who work hard & smart enough to be successful have; why should the successful be penalized with higher taxes to pay for those who just want to get by, or loaf? That's what it's about -- higher taxes for the hard, smart workers and entrepreneurs! He'saying: "Work hard to succeed & you'll get higher taxes to pay for those who don't want to work hard, or smart."
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