Work vs. Redistribution

So Romney is in big trouble for telling the truth regarding the percentage of Americans on some sort of governmemnt assistance. How scandalous.

Yet, in present-day America the following audio is not scandalous.

Take it away Barack:

Oh, well that was a long time ago, 1998. People change you know.

Well then, if Obama has changed, prove it. Show me one time, where and when he has recanted the above audio. You can’t because he is still the same guy he was in ’98 or ’88 for that matter.

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Brent is not a scholar. He’s not an author or speaker (yet). He hasn’t published a book nor does he write articles for magazines (yet). He has no advanced literary degree or pedigree (never will). He is just an American who writes and shares what interests him. He cares about the salvation of this country and a return to its Constitutional roots. He believes in God, country and family.
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One Response to Work vs. Redistribution

  1. To me the scandal is the fact that the clip is intentionally edited to alter its meaning, by deleting his immediate following words: “How do we pool resources at the same time as we decentralize delivery systems in ways that both foster competition, can work in the marketplace, and can foster innovation at the local level and can be tailored to particular communities.” He’s talking about competition in local markets! If the guy’s a socialist, he’s got to be the worst one I’ve heard. Anyway, Washington Post and NBC have debunked the clip (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/post/4-pinocchios-for-a-truncated-14-year-old-obama-clip/2012/09/20/9b40f4b8-0330-11e2-91e7-2962c74e7738_blog.html)

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