In his haste to bankrupt and finally destroy America, Obama is showing his true colors and his default primary communist thinking position. In a speech to those who worship him i.e. Unions and their workers, he said that trying to climb to the top was not American and greedy! Yeah, that’s about right. Everyone in America is aiming to be the same, average, unsuccessful boring person that Obama wants them to be, waiting for their messiah Obama to decide who gets what government goodies assigned to them. Pity he didn’t follow his own advice and stay a community organiser so that he too could be one of those average, boring people waiting for a government handout. Unfortunately for America, it seems that Obama is just a greedy piece of anti-American scum, rising to the top so that he could become President. Oh well, I suppose someone has to do the dirty work of holding power over everyone else. I’m sure he’s not enjoying it at all…
President Obama – in a speech to the United Auto Workers union – said that “trying to climb to the very top” was not what America is “about,” saying that it was “greed” and that in reality “we’re all in it together.”
“America’s not just looking out for yourself, it’s not just about greed, it’s not just about trying to climb to the very top and keep everybody else down,” Obama said at the UAW’s annual National Community Action Program Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C.
Instead, Obama – who climbed to the very top of American politics just three years ago – said that instead America was about being “all in it together,” and giving people “a hand up.”
“When our assembly lines grind to a halt, we work together, and we get them going again,” he said. “When somebody else falters, we try to give them a hand up, because we know [that] we’re all in it together.”
Obama also attacked critics of his bailout policies who say that saving failed companies does not reflect traditional American values.
“I keep on hearing these same folks talk about values all the time. You want to talk about values? Hard work, that’s a value. Looking out for one another, that’s a value. The idea that we’re all in it together and [that] I’m my brother’s keeper and [my] sister’s keeper, that’s a value,” Obama declared.
Obama criticized what he called the “you-are-on-your-own philosophy” of his opponents, saying they were “anti-worker” and “wrong.”
“You know, this notion that we should have let the auto industry die, that we should pursue anti-worker policies in the hopes that unions like yours will buckle and unravel, that’s part of that same old you-are-on-your-own philosophy that says we should just leave everybody to fend for themselves,” Obama said.
“Not to put too fine a point on it – they’re wrong,” he added.