The Senator notes that Warren made the 'You didn't build that' remark a year ago.
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A friend who was a successful Hollywood child actor once explained why so many entertainers are liberal: Becoming a Hollywood star depends a lot on chance. There are many talented, attractive, hard-working, would-be actors. Just a handful “make it.” The sense that success or failure has little to do with merit lends itself to support for redistributionist policies.
I think it’s a sport for President Obama to make outrageous statements like “If you’ve got a business – you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen,” – which he said in a recent campaign stop in Roanoke, Virginia - and then watch Republicans go predictably bananas.
Dear President Obama: I’m still reeling from your recent remarks about small business owners in America. With one sweeping generalization, you stated that those of us who have had successful businesses did not earn that success. Instead, you insist that someone else made it happen for us. I’ve written to tell you my story in the hopes that you will see the foolishness of your unproven assertions.
President Obama blasted American entrepreneurs last weekend, boldly claiming the self-made man is an illusion to an audience in Roanoke, Virginia.
The professional political class (of which I am a dues-paying member) has made it clear that they believe Barack Obama is a world-class campaigner and Mitt Romney steps on his tongue with some regularity.
Mitt Romney sharpened his attacks on President Obama’s economic and health-care policies in appearances at a Westmoreland County business and a Pittsburgh fundraiser on Tuesday.
Rubio discusses Obama's anti-business remarks on Fox News.
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