Thursday, July 19, 2012

SENATOR MARCO RUBIO: PRESIDENT OBAMA IS HOSTILE TO AMERICAN FREE ENTERPRISE



Another Romney presser quoting Rubio on Obama's Socialism or Social Democracy or plain disdain for markets (and admiration for central planners!)
SENATOR MARCO RUBIO: PRESIDENT OBAMA IS HOSTILE TO AMERICAN FREE ENTERPRISE  
“[President Obama is] not a believer in the American free enterprise system. They'll never admit that because the American people support the American free enterprise system so they have to dress it up as something else. But the fundamental fact is that this President believes at his core, and has always believed, that the way the economy grows is when he and government have more power to take money and redistribute it into the economy.” – Senator Marco Rubio “Fox and Friends”FOX NewsJuly 19, 2012  
Click Here To Watch Senator Marco Rubio Discuss President Obama’s Views On American Free Enterprise  
STEVE DOOCY: “Okay, so a couple of days ago, the President talking about, you know, business people who'd been successful and he said you didn't build that.  Everywhere that I have gone over the last four or five days, people have said, can you believe he said that? And I've got friends who voted for President Obama and are independents and they said "what was he thinking?" What's this going to do for Florida?”  
MARCO RUBIO: “Well he was being honest about what he feels. I mean that's and that's what we've been saying all along. He's not a believer in the American free enterprise system. They'll never admit that because the American people support the American free enterprise system so they have to dress it up as something else. But the fundamental fact is that this President believes at his core, and has always believed, that the way the economy grows is when he and government have more power to take money and redistribute it into the economy. They've always believed that. You remember back in 2008, he said that on the campaign trail, and he's saying it again now. This is fundamentally what he believes and I think it's a reminder to voters in my state, in Florida, but across the country what, a dramatic choice they have here in November between two very different views of our future, one where the President and the government is in charge of our economy, and the other where we, the people of the country, are in charge of the economy.”


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