Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Presidential Elections 2012 - #4050 - VIDEO: Romney on the Attack After Obama's "You Didn't Build That" Remark - Hot Air (2) Is Obama Ripping Off the Mask? - American Thinker (3) Business Leaders Hit Back at Obama, After He Says Wealthy AREN'T Responsible for Their Own Success - Mail Online

ROMNEY DOES A MASTERFUL JOB OF EXPOSING OBAMA'S REAL VIEWS OF BUSINESS AND CAPITALISM.
Romney on the Attack After Obama's "You Didn't Build That" Remark - Mitt Romney delivered an impressive rebuttal to Barack Obama’s ill-considered remarks in a Roanoke, Virginia speech on small business owners this past Sunday. In a dramatic change of subject, Romney blasted Obama for suggesting that Steve Jobs didn’t build Apple, Bill Gates didn’t build Microsoft, and (with a chuckle) that Papa John didn’t build his pizzeria powerhouse. Calling Obama’s remarks “both startling and revealing,” Romney’s rhetoric peaked when he argued that the American economy hasn’t seen success because Obama has spent the last three years attacking success. This is the meat of Romney’s remarks:The idea to say that Steve Jobs didn’t build Apple, that Henry Ford didn’t build Ford Motor, that Papa John didn’t build Papa John Pizza, that Ray Kroc didn’t build McDonald’s, that Bill Gates didn’t build Microsoft, you go on the list, that Joe and his colleagues didn’t build this enterprise, to say something like that is not just foolishness, it is insulting to every entrepreneur, every innovator in America and it’s wrong. Read more........

Is Obama Ripping Off the Mask? - American Thinker - American candidates for president have a predictable trajectory. They begin by telling the party troops that they are really coming from the honest-to-gosh right or left, and then they move steadily toward the great fuzzy middle, so that by election time they end up sounding like Tweedle-Dum and Tweedle-Dee. But Obama has been going off the standard script -- most recently by attacking capitalism in radical terms. Namely, "If you've got a business -- you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen." Democratic senators are reportedly "horrified" by Obama's behavior. Last week, an Obama surrogate was accusing Mitt Romney of being a felon. This is a new low in presidential hardball politics..........I think there might be two reasons. First, Obama really is an ideological radical -- there's no honest doubt about it anymore, given his expressed anti-capitalist and anti-constitutionalist views, his solid phalanx of radical associates throughout life, and his repeated assault on everyday Americans. And while Obama is the most convincing liar since Bill Clinton, he has essentially given up on hiding his radicalism. That is hugely important. A second reason why Obama seems to be wandering off script is his genuine rage and anger toward those who dissent from his radical orthodoxy. Read more: 

Business Leaders Hit Back at Obama, After He Says Wealthy AREN'T Responsible for Their Own Success - Mail Online - National Federation of Independent Business slams Obama for remarks challenging significance of U.S. entrepreneurs Obama told supporters over the weekend that it was governments - not individuals - who create jobs Romney camp adds that his view shows how unqualified he is to lead the country into economic recovery Radio host Rush Limbaugh accuses the president of 'destroying the American dream'.  America's leading small business association has slammed Barack Obama for showing 'an utter lack of understanding' of the country's entrepreneurs when he told them: 'If you've got a business - you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen.' In a hard-hitting statement to Mail Online, the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) president Dan Danne said: 'What a disappointment to hear President Obama's revealing comments challenging the significance of America's entrepreneurs. Mr Danne added: 'His unfortunate remarks over the weekend show an utter lack of understanding and appreciation for the people who take a huge personal risk and work endless hours to start a business and create jobs.' Read more.......

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