President Obama and liberalism
Talking Points 1/22
- Duration 3:53
- Date Jan 22, 2013
Talking Points 1/22
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I'm Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching us tonight President Obama and liberalism that is a subject of this evening's talking points memo.
There is great joy and left wing precincts after -- Obama's inauguration speech yesterday.
The longer does a president -- to portray himself as a moderate he is now -- out of the closet liberal.
That's no surprise every American should realize residents left wing ideology long before the address.
The problem we have in America is not is not President Obama.
The -- us we the people.
Have to decide whether we want to market based economy or allow the federal government to control commerce including health care.
And living expenses.
The president believes in equality and that's nice equality would be great.
And if there is -- -- I assume we'll see if there.
But on earth equality is impossible.
You cannot equate an American wields a Ph.D.
With a high school drop out.
No matter what President Obama tells us that you will never be equal in the market place their four.
The president seems to want it changed the marketplace.
Putting the federal government in charge of who gets -- even in -- private sector.
Now yesterday he confidently stated that his so called progressive view will bring the nation prosperity.
When it has not and it will in fact if America continues and the big spending road this country could well go bankrupt.
A very interesting question is why are so many Americans accepting.
President Obama's vision when less than thirty years ago President Reagan was the political icon.
With Reagan and -- -- Obama.
Made his stick.
This was a declaration -- his interest these to restore us.
To the liberal ascendancy of sixty years fed reagans stopped he gave us these three decades and Clinton in the middle of the three decades said.
In his -- -- State of the Union Address.
The era of big government is over this speech was a declaration the -- big government.
And it's back with a vengeance let me give you with stark example of the choice all of us must -- Years ago a man named Rupert Murdoch started a company called the News Corp.
Right now News Corp.
Those people and I am one of them are given opportunity.
Five seize that opportunity and done well.
But President Obama told me I did not build the factor alone.
That the government somehow always partially responsible for my success.
Well it is true that I take -- road to work the Long Island Expressway.
But believe me that is not helping me succeed Mr.
President that road is a mess and you won't fix.
By contrast the president has added more than a 130000.
People to the federal payroll.
Estimated cost to the taxpayer about ten billion dollars a year.
Most of those federal employees work hard.
But their salaries and benefits are provided by the tax -- in the private sector.
Of news -- we give to the car entry.
By funding government in expanding business so more folks can work.
The struggle in America right now is not between Republicans and Democrats it's between us we the people.
You either want freedom or you don't.
And every time the government imposes a new tax which sets up more entitlements.
It becomes stronger.
And we the people become weaker.
And that is what inauguration day 2013.