Obama pushes back at criticism his White House is anti-business… with lies

Posted on July 10, 2010


President Barack Obama pushed back at criticism that his administration is anti-business on Friday, arguing White House actions have boosted the private sector (lie).

He also underlined his support for the private sector (lie) as the driving force of the economy (super lie), and said his administration had worked to help business recover from the depths of the recession (complete lie).

“The greatest generator of jobs in America is our private sector (this is true, he just doesn’t believe it),” Obama told an audience at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. “It’s our entrepreneurs and innovators, who are willing to take a chance on a good idea. It’s our businesses, large and small, who are making payroll, working with suppliers.” (all true but he’s just saying what he knows people want to hear… which is the truth)

The remarks in a speech in the battleground state of Nevada followed intense criticism of the White House from corporate leaders and business groups.

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