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It Took a Community and You Know It!

Another great one from one of our readers, Janice, who blogs at Granny Jan and Jihad Kitty.

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15 Responses to It Took a Community and You Know It!

    • Obama’s so desperate he’ll say anything now. Doesn’t matter that the White House transcript shows exactly what Romney quoted. Obama has gotten away with lies for years and thinks he still can. It just shows how little regard he has for the American people.

  1. Fantastic job Granny Jan. Thank you Keith for posting this. We need to keep putting his words out there because MSM is completely covering up for him. Cavuto had a media expert on his show today talking about the liberal bias in the media. On the Friday evening news when Obama made his “you didn’t build that” speech, NBC, ABC and CBS ran Romney’s “corporations are people, my friend,” comment alongside images of the stock market at -200. It took 92 hours for one of them to run the story, and that was in the context of Romney attacking the comments…

  2. Granny Jan – you are a genius! Thanks Keith!

    The Romney campaign is missing the boat if they don’t contact GJ – these videos are dynamite!

  3. Gran and Kitty:

    I’ve been hoping someone would cover the Jefferson Starship song but do it as “We Didn’t Build this City”…are you up for it?

  4. No, businesses didn’t build the roads, that would be the local/ state governments, and to a lesser degree the federal government, but businesses “only” paid for the roads, all of them, and they continue to pay for them, all of them.

    So the businesses that helped pay for the roads and bridges, all of them, should pay more for them? Just paying their “fair share” isn’t enough?

    Marxism anyone?

  5. Excellent video, hope it goes viral.
    Regards “you didn’t build that”. Obama is too young to know, the Interstate system was the idea of Dwight Eisenhower and was built for National Defense, and I suspect a bunch of Defense Budget $ were spent. So it was not so Companies and Corporations could make profit.
    Likewise, the predecessor to the Internet was ARPANET, funded by the Defense Advanced Research group, intened to, link various Government and collegiate ‘think tanks’ with one mission, drop nuclear weapons as a second strike option. Over the years it got commercialized and aren’t we happy.