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Old 07-18-2012, 11:50 PM   #4
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Default Re: Obama - 'If youíve got a business -- you didnít build that. Somebody else made th

Wed Jul 18, 2012 at 01:06 PM PDT

Mitt Romney says entrepreneurs need government to start businesses

Imagine if President Obama said this:

There are a lot of people in government who help us and allow us to have an economy that works and allow entrepreneurs and business leaders of various kinds to start businesses and create jobs. We all recognize that. That's an important thing.

Or if he said this:

I know that you recognize that a lot of people help you in a business. Perhaps the banks, the investors. There's no question your mom and dad. Your school teachers. The people that provide roads, the fire, and the police. A lot of people help.

Republicans would go nuts, right? Fox would go on a 72 hour nonstop bender on the evils of Obama's socialism. Rupert Murdoch would be tweeting in fear from the safety of Dick Cheney's bunker.

But those aren't President Obama's words. They're Mitt Romney's. And they aren't from a few weeks ago or a few months ago or a few years ago. He said them today, and he said them while falsely accusing the president of having said that "if you've got a business, you didn't build that." President Obama said no such thing. His actual words:

Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business—you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.

So "that" was "roads and bridges." Not your business. The larger point he was making, in his own words:

When we succeed, we succeed because of our individual initiative, but also because we do things together.

Things like investing in roads and bridges, creating fire departments and police forces, and having public schools. In other words, the exact same things that Mitt Romney talked about today. But don't expect President Obama to demand an apology from Romney for stealing his words. After all, there's still that whole Obamneycare thing they need to work out.

Of course we all knew that's what he was saying, but it's a lot easier to post a headline, twist his words, and use childish profanity in order to make a false point about something the President didn't even say. But when you have pent up frustration about the guy in the WH not having an R in front of his name (cause those guys can't do any wrong, right ), that's all you have to resort to.

Sorry Bush boy, but your phony outrage doesn't hold water here. Of course, you already knew what Obama was saying, but using profanity helps everyone to believe you're this conservative internet "tough guy".

"This come from a guy who has never had a real job his entire life."

Oh, I see. So being a lawyer, a Senator, then President don't count as "real" jobs. So what is a real job? Oh wait, don't answer that.

Obama wasn't on the farm with his maw and paw tending to dem cattle and chickens drinking buur with da boys with Kenney Chesey in the background. Yea, anyone who doesn't do this hasn't had a "real" job. (My goodness, let's hope he didn't go to college, wouldn't want him to think the world was round or anything).

Now go back to FOX, re-analyze your talking points, and try again. Oh yes, and this time, tell us how your precious Bush was a fiscal conservative and how he did nothing wrong.
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