The Anointed One even released an ad talking about how much he "loves" small business (Just One Minute).
"Those ads taking my words about small business out of context - they're flat out wrong," the president says in the 31-second pitch. "Of course Americans build their own businesses. Every day, hard-working people sacrifice to meet a payroll, create jobs and make our economy run."
"And what I said was that we need to stand behind them, as America always has, by investing in education and training, roads and bridges research and technology," he says. "I'm Barack Obama and I approve this message because I believe we're all in this together."
But his words are still up on the White House website.
Obama isn't the only one who has said business owners didn't build their business, either. Prof. Jacobson at Legal Insurrection found that the phony Indian, Elizabeth Warren, made a similar comment months ago.
Here's the two videos....
Jacobson points out that this narrative comes from the works of UC Commietown (Berkeley) professor George Wackoff who fancies himself as a linguist activist, meaning how to use creative language to better hypnotize people with your bullshit.
Wackoff once said:
There is no such thing as a self-made man. Every businessman has used the vast American infrastructure, which the taxpayers paid for, to make his money. He did not make his money alone. He used taxpayer infrastructure. He got rich on what other taxpayers had paid for: the banking system, the Federal Reserve, the Treasury and Commerce Departments, and the judicial system, where nine-tenths of cases involve corporate law. These taxpayer investments support companies and wealthy investors. There are no self-made men! They wealthy have gotten rich using what previous taxpayers have paid for. They owe the taxpayers of this country a great deal and should be paying it back.
Notice how Warren and Obama have echoed these ideas in the above videos. Of course, none of them would know about running a business, because community organizing and working in some red university isn't the same as coming up with an idea, marketing it, hiring people, all the stuff that goes into making a business.
Don't be fooled, Obama meant every word when he said all of those who own small businesses "didn't build that." Now, Romney needs to keep pouring the attacks on, as the blowback is resonating with business owners across the country.