Wednesday, July 18, 2012

DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz - Attempts to Defend Obama

Wasserman Schultz: "Ludicrous" To Say
Obama Doesn't Want Business To Take Credit

Real Clear Politics -- DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz defends Obama's comment that successful business owners/entrepreneurs don't deserve credit for their own success. WCHE Radio Host says he's stunned after watching the video 10 times and reading the transcript: "I don't know how else you can interpret it." (Audio below)

Radio host: Is there a fundamental difference here, where the President believes that all positive things flow from the federal government whereas Mitt Romney and many people believe that good things flow from the private sector and that they should not be demonized and demagogued for creating jobs?

Obama: If You've Got a Business, You Didn't Build That

DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz Defends Obama's "You didn't Build That" Comment

Blog author's comments - This was just another failed attempt to cover for the worst president in the history of our country. The comments by Obama were not 'taken out of context'. Obama really believes what he said about successful business owners during his speech.

Wasserman Schultz was not very convincing with her remarks to the radio host. Of course the leftist Obama supporters agree with him. If someone is successful and wealthy, liberals don't believe they could have attained their money from hard work and intelligence; they must have schemed and cheated others.

The Democrats continually play the class warfare game. And because Mitt Romney has been very successful, this is their plan to defeat him. The Obama campaign does not have anything else. He cannot run on his record, his policies and agenda have been the ruination of our economy.

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