Wednesday, July 18, 2012

John Sununu "I wish this President would learn how to be an American"





In a Romney campaign conference call John Sununu stated, "the president clearly demonstrated that he has absolutely no idea how the American economy functions. The men and women all over America who have worked hard to build these businesses, their businesses from the ground up is how our economy became the envy of the world -- it is the American way." 
He then added this comment "I wish this president would learn how to be an American."


After the backlash from ignorant yahoo Lefties Sununu went on to clarify the context of his remarks in an interview with Wolf Blitzer.  It is obvious to any person who uses common sense (oooohh yeah that's right common sense goes against progressives modus operandi, their normal way of functioning ) that since Sununu actually was talking about business in response to Obama's out of touch comment about those who are successful in the business community -- “If you’ve been successful, you didn’t get there on your own” “If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that."  “Somebody else made that happen.”  --  that Sununu was actually talking about business in America and not Obama's country of origin.  But that's what progressives thrive on - divisive identity politics.  Obama is clueless about America, what makes America great, and how businesses operate and what it takes for a business to be successful.  John Sununu is spot on!  


"What I thought I said, but I guess I didn't say, is that the president has to learn the American formula for creating business," he said. "If I didn't give all that detail I apologize."


“He thinks that jobs are created by giving grants to your cronies, to your bundlers and your contributors, like he did with Solyndra,” Sununu said.  


Obama's the one who thinks that by simply having teachers when attending school and that driving on bridges and roads somehow makes entrepreneurs successful.  Gee if it only took people driving on roads and bridges to be successful then we would all be wealthy and possibly millionaires by now.  He actually thinks just because students may have had inspirational,great teachers that somehow if students grow up and later in life as adults are successful entrepreneurs who have come up with business ideas, invented various products or technologies, or have come up with a new innovation amounts to "this happened because I had one of those great teachers" borders on the insane.  How dare this freaking big government socialist statist diminish the success of our entrepreneurs in the business community.  Obama believes that government is the answer.  Obama believes that the private sector cannot be successful without the help of the government and oh of course how could their businesses survive without his benevolent assistance?  What a friggin narcissist who thinks that he plays a role in everyone's success.  Nope.  I've had it with that it takes a village bull crap!  It is evident that his instituting of both socialist and crony capitalist policies is strangling American businesses.  If  Obama & his cronies would stay the hell out of the private sector then the economy will begin to thrive again. 





11 comments:

Z said...
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Z said...

Boy, I've seen a LOT of cuckoo clocks, having lived in Munich, and have always found them ugly, but this picture is an insult to the ugliest with SOCIALISM written on it and HIS FACE :-)
(great image, teresa!)

John Sununu's been hitting it out of the park lately...Go, John!

Silverfiddle said...

John Sunnunu is a brilliant man and an effective advocate for Romney, so it stands to reason that Obama's praetorian guard in the press would love to shame him off the stage

The Born Again American said...

Being an American isn't something his mentor Frank Marshall Davis taught him...

Constitutional Insurgent said...

The case against Obama is crystal clear....I don't understand why the GOP insists on clownish rhetoric to make their points.

The 'un-American' line is tripe. The right doesn't have a lock on patriotism or what it means to be an American.

To believe otherwise illustrates why they lose to politicians like Obama.

Teresa said...

Z,

Yes, John has been on fire lately.

As soon as I saw that cuckoo clocks image I knew it was perfect for this post.

Silverfiddle,

I honestly don't know a whole lot about Sununu but he does seem like a top notch attack dog for Romney.

Teresa said...

Born Again American,

Exactly. Or anyone else. He was taught to despise America by pretty much every adult figure around him - his grandparents, father, stepfather, Rev. Wright et al.

Teresa said...

Constitutional Insurgent,

Could you give an example of the type of rhetoric you consider to be "clownish"?

If attacking success isn't "un-American" or being clueless about the American way of life - American dream - what would you call it? It goes to Obama's ideology. He's a Marxist who believes that the worker has just as much a right to the same payment and certain benefits as the inventor of the product and/or owner of the business. When the employees wouldn't have employment at that particular place if the entrepreneur hadn't come up with the idea.

"The right doesn't have a lock on patriotism or what it means to be an American."

Can you provide an example of any person on the right who has attacked the business community or the free-market economy with the purpose being dismantling the free-market not saving it?

Constitutional Insurgent said...

Theresa - The problem the right has in attracting Independents, Libertarians and other Conservatives....who might vote GOP, is that they act not much different than the Democrats.

Clownish rhetoric is just that - immature verbal flailing to convince voters that the opposition is somehow 'not American'. But ironically, they only reinforce the beliefs of those who are already firmly in their camp.

I don't have an example of a politician or pundit on the right attacking business in this manner, because the GOP's charges of being 'un-American' or 'anti-American' isn't relegated to the arena of business.

From birthers to uber-nativists to morally smug fundamentalists; from Bachmann to West to the myriad of others who don't seem to have an intelligence filter between their brain and their mouth......the GOP seemingly works to retain it's position as [at best] a party perpetually equal in stature to the left.

Many voters are fine with this...but the party loses those who want maturity in their representatives.

Obama's speech was abhorrent, and I blogged as such....but fight back using facts, intellect and reason. As evidenced by the actions of the electorate, I remain in the minority.

innominatus said...

Asking Obama to learn how to be an American is like asking a hamster to learn how to do differential equations.

Leticia said...

I also wish Obama would learn to behave like a true American, but I just don't see that happening.