Obama: “We Don’t Believe Anybody is Entitled to Success in This Country”
Obama is in Fairfax, Virginia, and I told you a couple things that he said during his speech, or his campaign appearance out there. He continued to tell the lie that Romney wants to cut taxes $5 trillion for the wealthy. Five trillion tax cut. That has never been said by anybody at any time, ever. It’s not possible. Five trillion is the amount of debt that he has run up in terms of spending. So he’s continuing that lie. Romney refuted it three times during the debate. In addition, he is continuing this notion that the crisis is due to the policies that got us here and that finally what he’s doing is working, which, of course, I’m asking, what is he doing?
If you want to believe this drop in the unemployment rate, tell me, what are the policies that made it happen? How did we go from 8.1 or 2, whatever it is, to 7.8? How did it happen, policy-wise? You can’t cite anything. He doesn’t have any job growth policy. He doesn’t have any economic growth policy. All he’s doing is growing government, pure and simple.
And then this. “We don’t believe anybody is entitled to success in this country.” He said that today. I just sent this up to Cookie. I’m waiting on the audio for it. “We don’t believe anybody is entitled to success in this country.” Now, let me put the comment in context. Here’s the whole thing.