Obama biz bashing makes November choice clear, ‘Capitalism’ or ‘Socialism.’

By: Jeffrey Klein
Political Buzz Examiner

Now we are beginning to realize why President Barack Obama has habitually used a teleprompter when speaking anywhere in public, including an 8th grade classroom–when he doesn’t his true perspective of the world, which drive his intentions for the country, spill out for everyone to see and hear.

As we reported yesterday, a select segment of remarks Obama made while speaking “freestyle” to supporters at a campaign rally in Roanoke, Virginia last Friday, have started an unquenchable firestorm all over the nation, which promises to make those out west seem like campfires–even though the mainstream media has so far refused to report on them.

As a refresher, the key phrases are:

If you’ve been successful–you didn’t get there on your own.

If you’ve got a business–you didn’t build that.

Somebody else made that happen.

Remember the movie ‘Pearl Harbor,’ where on the bridge of the Japanese aircraft carrier, the Admiral somberly said that … “I fear we have awakened the sleeping giant…?”

Compared to the reactions occurring across the Conservative and Republican landscape, the Japanese Admiral’s understatement was ‘microscopic’–and everyone knows how that story ended.

Particularly in the case of his GOP adversary, Gov. Mitt Romney–one of the leading business builders in American history, who had this to say at his next campaign stop in the swing state of Pennsylvania–where the decrease in tax revenues have forced Scranton’s all Democrat government to reduce the pay rate of their 400 workers to minimum wage…last Friday.

Gov. Romney used Obama’s remarks to illustrate the stark, singular difference between his attitude toward the economy and that of the president, describing them in a hotly tempestuous tone as being … “stunning” and revealing,” according to a FOXNews article today.

Romney further argued that they played into a larger narrative of Obama “changing the nature of America,” calling his policies “extraordinarily foreign.”

Obama wants Americans to be “ashamed of success,” the Governor declared, stating his comments were tantamount to saying Steve Jobs didn’t build Apple or Ray Kroc didn’t build McDonald’s, calling the notion “insulting” and wrong, completing his thoughts by saying:

In the past, people of both parties understood that encouraging achievement, encouraging success, encouraging people to lift themselves as high as they can, encouraging entrepreneur celebrating success instead of attacking it and denigrating makes America strong.

Clearly, Gov. Romney and the GOP staunchly represent a ‘capitalism’ oriented America, where the individual’s liberty and right to pursue happiness is paramount–as is made clear in both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States, which intentionally ‘bridles’ the power of any government.

Barack Obama extended his vision of how things work, by saying–in context:

Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive. Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen. The Internet didn’t get invented on its own. Government research created the Internet so that all the companies could make money off the Internet.

Clearly, the president views a strong central government was and is the catalyst of the United States and how we got to where we are in world history. Barack Obama makes it abundantly clear in the companion remarks above, that all business owners-job creators owe homage to the federal, state and local governments for ‘creating’ the ‘opportunity’ for them to succeed.

The vision he proffers for the future, by his words and actions, is at least ‘Socialism,’ and at worst ‘Communism,’ of that there is no longer any doubt.

Unfortunately, Obama’s proposition is totally misguided and intellectually corrupt, as the government never had, and still doesn’t, have the ability to ‘create’ anything, especially roads, bridges and the Internet, until they collect ‘income tax revenue‘ from the very companies and their employees who he has ‘defiled’ in his display of ultimate ignorance.

And all the while, instead of covering this story of fundamentally different views of America past and present, the mainstream media–which has totally abdicated its’ ‘responsibility to the people’ under the First Amendment– is busy plastering the airwaves with non-sense about Democrats accusing Romney of trying to distract people from [their] other controversies…like Romney’s refusal to release more than two years’ worth of tax returns (which is all that is required by law), and questions about when he left Bain Capital–neither of which have anything at all to do with what over 70 percent of voters have agreed were the real, primary issues in this election:

The stagnant economy and high unemployment.

It is that very reason they are doing whatever necessary to avert everyone’s attention from the Obama Administrations failed economic policies and plans, and the host of genuine corruption scandals plaguing them, which have left America in the worst financial and moral condition in its 236 year history.

They can attempt to obfuscate ‘inconvenient truths,” and just as former President Bill Clinton bludgeoned the first President Bush with … “It’s all about the economy ‘stupid’,” so shall Barack Obama become a pitiful one-term president in November.

It’s America’s last chance, and the ’53 percent’ who actually provide the tax revenue know it.