Taking Obama to School: “You Didn’t Build That”
When Obama said, “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that,” anyone watching could clearly understand what he meant — if you have a business, you did not build it! The government gave you life, and everything around you is thanks to the government (yes, using a tad bit of hyperbole to make a point).
Let’s recall- Barack Obama is the smartest person ever to ascend to the Presidency. Given that, Obama must know that his pronoun, “that,” referred to the most recent noun, or antecedent, “business.” A real-life example could be this conversation….
STORE CLERK: Which of these dresses would you like to purchase?
YOU: That one, and that one please.
CLERK: Great, I’ll ring them up.
YOU: Why are you ringing up those dresses? I don’t want those, I was talking about the shoes.
After the story broke, the liberal lame-stream media came out to tell us what Obama really meant. Of course, any logical person watching would understand that there was a deeper meaning to what Obama meant, and somehow that was part of his vast intellectual capabilities that the right-wing is too stupid to understand.
Are we now supposed to be clairvoyant and understand that when Obama speaks and uses a pronoun, it is actually referencing something else — something not even in his statement? Is the world’s smartest leader really incapable of forming a sentence that grammatically makes sense? Of course not. Obama meant what he said. The nation will continue to better understand Obama every time he goes off teleprompter.
- Romney Vaults into Lead — and That’s Before the Real Obama Emerged in Roanoke (rushlimbaugh.com)
- Business groups respond to Obama’s attack on private industry (humanevents.com)