Responses, pictorial and discursive, to Obama’s Communist, anti-human vision
Karl D. writes:
People are having a lot of fun with the “You didn’t build that” line from Obama. Attached is just one, but there are many more at this website.
Here’s one of the best spoofs yet.LA replies:
I did not post the photo Hannon linked, because, while it is a satirical and funny send-up of Obama’s statement, it is too genial. I don’t post anything that is genial toward this enemy of our country. (The Obama send-up reminds me of a humorous anti-Nixon poster in 1968. It showed a pregnant black lady saying, “Nixon’s the One,” which was the slogan of the Nixon campaign.)Garry M. writes:
I am becoming increasingly frustrated by the right’s response to Obama’s “You Didn’t Build That” speech. In all the fluster over which is the correct antecedent to the pronoun that [LA replies: You have not seen that fluster at VFR], we have blinded ourselves to the real weakness of his argument. It is perfectly reasonable to interpret “You didn’t build that” as referring to the infrastructure, as his defenders insist. [LA replies: I don’t agree. The that clearly refers to the business one has built.]
Max P. writes:
I will play along with the line, “You didn’t build that,” and take it in a different direction. I think it is high time Obama and other diversity-loving multiculturalists acknowledge who built the system that they believe is responsible for building all those businesses. I think they need to heap more praise and respect on those long-dead white men, especially the English ones, who built our political and economic institutions which they themselves admit fostered the development of businesses and created the American Dream.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 20, 2012 05:36 PM | Send