Obama’s Growing Enemies List

Obama canceled his trip here to Springfield, Virginia, but this is from the White House website, the preview of the trip. Now listen to this. You tell me if this is in touch or out of touch. “Later in the morning,” comma, “the president will visit Interstate Moving Services in Springfield, Virginia, to announce first of their kind fuel efficiency standards for work trucks, buses, and other heavy-duty vehicles. The new standards will save American businesses who operate and own these commercial vehicles tens of billions of dollars in fuel costs and will dramatically reduce oil consumption and cut pollution.” Now, somebody wised up and canceled this whole thing. I mean, that’s the last thing — even if your objective is to destroy the capitalist sector — to focus on. (chuckles) There aren’t any trucks.

You have a single-minded, far leftist agenda here that is clueless about reality on the ground to the American people. There is no empathy, there is no concern for what’s happening to people — and all we’re to do, if you listen to Obama, is we have enemies that we’re supposed to hate. S&P is the latest Obama target we are to hate. Yesterday it was the Tea Party. So many enemies, it’s hard to keep track. See, Obama wants us to hate insurance companies, he wants us to hate oil companies, he wants us to hate coal companies. Fact is if you go back and listen to the sound bite from the UK, it’s exactly what those rioters and protesters are saying. The rich people, business owners are causing this. This is a tactic. This is being done on purpose. This is not just some isolated leftist’s view. This is a strategy.



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