Fast-Food Workers Strike, But They Don’t Blame Obama

Lazy people don’t want to better themselves, they just want government to give them more money.
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Now, the question really is: Are these people doing this on their own or have they been organized? The obvious answer is they’ve been organized. Once you see them say, “Si, se puede,” and attacking the minimum wage, you now it. But it’s Obamacare. It’s Obama’s economy that they should be protesting. Obama’s economy, Obamacare is what has led to whatever circumstances make them unhappy.

And now we hear from the protesters. And again, this is the Limbaugh Theorem. None of them blame Obama. They’re just angry. I don’t know who they’re angry at, but they’re down on America.

I guarantee you if there were a Republican president in the White House and everything else in this country were the same, everybody — led by the media — would be blaming the Republican president. Well, I know it’s not fair. I’m just telling you what is. My point is we don’t have to sit here and accept this. I, for one, don’t want to sit here and accept the notion that we are in an irreversible decline. I don’t buy for a second that this country’s best days are behind it.

I don’t buy for a moment that this country’s greatness has been an accident or a coincidence. There’s nothing wrong with this country that can’t be fixed by unleashing the American people. That’s what is required, and that’s all it would take. You have a leader who tells people, “You’re the reason this country’s great, you’re the people that make this country work, and I am gonna get things out of your way. I’m gonna get your taxes down, and I’m gonna limit regulations.



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