It's not only his words, it's his tone of voice. There is clear disdain for those who dare to build, create, and succeed without HIS help. No matter how the Left tries to spin this one, Obama has deep throated his foot.
I'm glad he's getting the recognition deserved for promoting CONSERVATIVE PRINCIPLES....I only hope that, should he be elected, he FOLLOWS THROUGH on those LIMITED GOVERNMENT concepts.
(I'm not holding my breath, considering his demonstrated record...but he does seem still like a person who *might* learn on his feet...that's as optimistic as I can be at this point about Mittens)
Here is what I told my followers:
Last Saturday, at Roanoke, Virginia, BO went off teleprompter and delivered a rant about the evils of individualism. Most famously, he said: "If you’ve got a business -- you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen."
Every one knew that BO had stood up and said what he really believes, and that it was a horrible gaffe. The usual suspects in the Washington pudintocracy got on the air to tell Romney that he must make a thirty page philosophical speech quoting Hobbes, Locke, Smith, Mill, Marx, and Nietzsche, to refute Obama. Fortunately, the Romney campaign wasn't listening.
Political campaigns are not philosophical debates. Most voters do not have coherent philosophies. Philosophical arguments will make their eyes glaze over. Arguments must be addressed to them in terms of deeply held beliefs in their communities.
Here is a link to a Romney video responding to Obama:
Take a minute to watch it. I think it is excellent. Obama speaks for himself, Mr. Gilchrist speaks for himself as the epitome of an American small business owner, and Mr. Romney speaks for himself. The sequence of pictures of and supporting words by Mr. Gilchrist is a pitch perfect refutation of Obama on the level of broadly shared and deeply held beliefs about family, labor, and America. It is rational in that Gilchrist’s words are statements of plain fact that support his conclusion. The emotion, and it is full of emotion, are carried by the images and the music.
Republicans have been accusing BO of wanting to transform the US into a socialist regime. At Roanoke BO said it himself, and it could cost him the election.