No, Obama wants a different sort of capitalism. He wants one where there are no stars of industry and commerce. He wants on where everyone is playing on the same field and if they are talented enough to get on the field, then he wants the rest to make them whole. They don't have to work for it, study for it, think about success, just ask for it and the government will give it to them.
He wants the top capitalist in this country to be the all controlling, all-important, all-knowing, all-encompassing government. He wants everyone to have to count on the government for their well-being and future, not personal accomplishment.
Got to go see the 2016 Obama documentary movie. It's going to be at over 2200 theaters. You can bet you bippie that anyone who sees this movie will not be voting for the One. Regime change is just weeks away.
>>>He wants on where everyone is playing on the same field
Yeah. That's the job of a democratic government in a capitalist economy. Remember equality of opportunity?
>>>They don't have to work for it, study for it, think about success, just ask for it and the government will give it to them.
BS. You take a perfectly reasonable idea--equality of opportunity and a strong middle class--and warp it to an illogical conclusion. That exists in YOUR head (put there by a strong helping of the right-wing media, I'm sure). Obama doesn't want it. I don't want it. Sean Hannity & Rush Limbaugh want it more than anyone, because "Obama is a moderate" just doesn't drive ratings. So they make this up and senile old fools fall for it. That's it.
You and Clint are arguing with an imaginary Obama. I really thank Clint Eastwood for summing you people up--a bunch of angry old white men arguing with an imaginary Obama.