Wednesday, February 24, 2010

I'm no socialist, Obama tells CEOs

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- President Barack Obama told business leaders Wednesday that he's no socialist plotting a government takeover of the economy( I just plays one on TV).
His administration isn't anti-business,(as long as it is controlled and regulated by the government) he said in a speech to the Business Roundtable, an organization of chief executive officers of major U.S. corporations. "It's pro-America and I don't apologize for it."
"Contrary to the claims of some of my critics,(Tea Party Patriots) I am an ardent believer in the free market,"(and I will work to tax business and redistribute the wealth) Obama said. "I believe businesses like yours are the engines of economic growth ."(in China and India)

I firmly believe that America's success in large part depends on your success," (and a fist full of dollars to my re-election committee )Obama said.
"We are all in this together,"(Na Na Na, I can't hear you) he said in asking the business leaders to help him create a smarter(poorer) government that will be pro-growth and pro(union)-jobs.( if we can survive the remaining 3 years of this administration) Obama's remarks came on the eve of a high-stakes summit (ambush) with congressional leaders about the way(his and only his way) forward on health-care reform, momentum for which seems to have stalled (fingers crossed) on Capitol Hill just short of the finish line.


  1. The Liar in Chief can't be believed nor can he possibly be perceived as serious by anyone with even half a brain.

  2. Great job on filling in the blanks.
    When I heard that he claimed not to be a socialist, I laughed out loud.
    This guy lies right to everyone's face and doesn't skip a beat.
    ...I am an ardent believer in the free market, ha!


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