Video: New ad hammers Barack Obama over his “you didn’t build that” comment
When the Obama reelection propagandist machine called Mitt Romney a felon the accused responded by calling the accusations “absurd” and “beneath the dignity of the presidency” and called on Barack Obama to apologize for this attack. What did the Democrats do? They doubled down and the charming woman with the dazzling and cute smile–Debbie Wasserman Schultz–went so far as to say Mitt Romney needed to “put on his big boy pants.” (She also had the gall to say that Romney was running the most secretive campaign in history in light of the fact that all of Barack Obama’s records have been sealed, but I digress.)
But then when Mitt Romney took to the campaign trail after Barack Obama’s now infamous “you didn’t build that” comment and actually committed the crime of accurately quoting the president Barack Obama started whining like a little baby about being misquoted–Ms. Schulz could not be reached for comment about Barack Obama’s need to put on big boy pants.
The lesson learned here is this: If you are a Republican and you are accused of a crime it is up to you to prove the accusations are false because you are guilty until proven innocent, but if you are a Republican and you use Barack Obama’s own words against him you have hit below the belt. Oh yeah, and you are probably a racist to boot.
Barack Obama went so far as to release an ad in which he whined about being taken out of context and explained that he was talking about the government building the roads and the bridges which these businesses use to become successful and not the businesses themselves. And I can understand his point…..to a point. While the government builds these roads and erects these bridges they couldn’t do it without money and the government doesn’t create money; there is only one way for the government to fund roads and bridges and that is through the collection of taxes from the very people Barack Obama is condemning and the fact is that Barack Obama is ignoring the fact that the government couldn’t do a damn thing if it wasn’t for the taxpayer. The businesses paid for the roads they used to become successful.
Below is a great ad which highlights this very point. I think if Barack Obama loses this election we will be able to directly attribute it to the day when Barack Obama accidentally spoke his mind and showed the American people the true empathy he has towards the private sector (which is doing just fine) when he stated “you didn’t build that” because while the businesses didn’t actually put shovels in the ground they paid for the shovels.