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Obama: I Defy You To Believe What I Said About Business

Zen. Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 4:05 AM
....laughing out loud while Limbaugh and his Right-Wing irk try to portray themselves as small business advocates. It is like saying they support the small farmers while they give all aid to agribusiness to drive the small farmers out of business. The bought and paid for political Right are anti-government big business advocates. Everything they do is to protect the wealth of the already obscenely wealthy few. To the doubtful, study how a corporate giant like Wal-Mart destroys the local mom and pop stores when it comes to town. Better still, study the career of a Right-Wing politician. For example, Paul D. Ryan has blocked and prevented any effective oversight and regulation of the banking sector. In return, the banking industry funds....
Seawolf Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 8:18 AM
"More of the nations wealth"...SO, it would appear that you are one of those people who believe there is a finite amount of money and the rich [read whites] got to it first. Wealth is created, it is never created by gov't, it is created by the people who take risks and bring things to market. Gov't stifles initiative, it takes and like a leech or a cancer, it eventually kills the host. Obama doesn't think like an American and neither do you if you believe one word that comes out of that serial liars mouth.
Zen. Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 4:06 AM
....his re-election. On the other hand, he has a slash and burn attitude on programs for the poor like Medicaid. Limbaugh attacks Obama’s so-called ‘sins.’ Obama is ‘sinful’ for attacking the unfettered and unregulated capitalism the Right-Wingers envisions. As for the redistribution of wealth, it is the corporate Right-Wingers who support a redistribution upward as the wealthy few withhold, withdraw, hoard, and concentrate more of the nation’s wealth upward. How else explain why red-state governors refuse to extend unemployment benefits, implement economic stimulus, and lately not expand Obamacare to cover additional millions of uninsured? --Zen

Obama's desperate protests that his anti-business rant was taken out of context are betrayed both by that very context and because they are a part of a piece -- just one more component of his war against the American entrepreneurial spirit.

He would have us believe that his words "you didn't build that" referred to roads and bridges and not businesses.

Given his accompanying statements -- "you didn't get there on your own," etc. -- that is an absurd construction. But even if that's what he meant, why would he have felt compelled to point out that businesses don't...