New Fox News piece: Obama needs a history lesson on business and the US

My newest piece starts this way:
According to President Obama, his administration has been pro-business, indeed one of the most pro-business administrations ever. Yet, on Friday, in Roanoke, Virginia, Obama admonished those opposed to higher taxes on business: "If you’ve got a business -- you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen."

What a slap in the face to all those Americans who built successful businesses. And Obama wonders why businesses are afraid to invest, when he uses such rhetoric.

Obama, during his presidency, regularly has called Wall Street executives “fat cats,” bondholders “speculators,” and accuses doctors of giving patients unnecessary and harmful surgery.

He has regularly blamed private companies rather than the government for the financial crisis. Indeed, the only blame he gives to the federal government is that there wasn’t enough regulation.

Even for liberal New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg Obama's attacks have at times been too much: “[Obama’s] bashing of Wall Street is something that should worry everybody.” . . .

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Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs, there's something painfully obvious that you are missing entirely!

In both actions and words, Barrack Obama has consistently ignored factual data, the historical record, and simple common sense when it comes to what works, and what does not.

Either Obama has an undiagnosed mental condition, or he is deliberately trying to destroy the United States and all it stands for.

Separation of powers mean nothing to him. The Constitution doesn't exist. His arrogance is unlimited.

His actions show us that 'We the People' are, in his opinion, ignorant savages whom cannot govern ourselves and we need to be told what to do because we are incapable of even the simplest of decisions that may affect ourselves.

Come to think of it, is this not the actions of a despot or dictator?

7/18/2012 10:38 AM  

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