It’s pretty simple…you can’t criticize Obama for what he did to create a successful company as he never created a successful company!
Rahm Emmauel, mayor of Chicago, former White House Chief of Staff under Obama, was just on the George Stephanopoulos show. He had the audacity to say that all the liberal accusations against Romney were “based on newspaper clips.” As if you can believe what’s written in newspapers. Now, there’s a firm footing for a political attack. He also said Romney had years when he only paid 23% income tax and that was “about half of what the average middle class family paid.” Even if true, which it’s not, would you brag about the average middle class family paying 46% of their income as taxes? That’s what a politician from the most scum suckin’ slimy political community in America calls right? That’s what a socialist believes is right.
I’m sick of hearing the liberals whine about what Romney did as a private businessman, when his responsibility was to his company and to his employees, whether it be outsourcing jobs or having money in off shore accounts—whatever he did, it was legal. That’s what he did to create a successful company, when that was his job. If the American economy was his job, he would do equally as well.
It’s pretty simple…you can’t criticize Obama for what he did to create a successful company as he never created a successful company; not a lemonade stand, not a hot dog stand, not a damn thing. You can compliment him for creating jobs…at the highest cost per job of any government, at the cost of a trillion dollars he created government jobs that for time immemorial will continue to eat the heart out of the American economy. When did you ever see a government job ‘go away.’ That’s like creating a flesh eating bacteria and placing it in the heart of America.
Rather than respond to the Obama camps whining about Bain Capital, conservatives should talk about what Obama didn’t do. He didn’t keep his promise to repair the American economy, and in his own words, shouldn’t get another term.
Elect a successful businessman to lead the largest budget in the world, or elect a socialist, that’s the choice.
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