Business Owner Posts Sign: Tells Obama, "Kiss My ___"
Ray Gaster, the owner of Gaster Lumber and Hardware in Savannah, Georgia told Barack Obama to "Kiss My ___" and posted his profane and straight-shooting retort to Barack Obama's assertion that he didn't build his business in large letters right below his company sign (picture appears below), and, wouldn't you know it, it didn't take long for some intellectually challenged liberal to post a totally stupid retort (also pictured below)... an idiotic retort that is unfortunately being repeated far too often by those on the left.
|The second picture speaks for itself. Essentially, liberals, who are under the delusion that they are far smarter than everyone else, are daring to "instruct" Gaster on a point that isn't based on reality or truth.|
According to "liberal-logic," Gaster didn't build his business himself because the government built the road to his store, gave him a public school education and provided him with electricity and internet and a host of other "essential services" that make it possible for him to run his business.
Nice try. On some level, we should feel sorry for liberals. Like children, they just say the darnedest things, but they're really not trying to be deceptive or funny. The plain and unfortunate truth is, some of them actually believe such idiotic drivel. They just don't get it, and far too many of them are incapable of ever getting it.
Silly liberals... the government didn't build the road that passes in front of Gaster's store, or provide the electricity, or the internet, or the schools. Gaster did that (with his hard-earned tax dollars). He built the road, and he built his business!
The liberal "nanny-state" retort is not only more insulting than Obama's initial "You Didn't Built That" declaration but also shows a widespread and dangerous ignorance on the part of far too many people, that may very well contribute to the demise of freedom and liberty in this great country for generations to come.
It's difficult for most liberals to understand the very simple concept that the government is not the tooth-fairy... a magical, mystical creature that magically provides all things out of thin-air.
Barack Obama doesn't grasp the concept either. Even as he apparently "backed-away" from the "You Didn't Build That Statement," he showed that he too possesses the same profound and dangerous ignorance that is akin to Hillary Clinton's proclamation some years back that "It Takes A Village To Raise A Child."
According to Fox News; "Obama's campaign has sought to put the comments in perspective, saying that Obama only meant that businesses rely on the community to flourish."
He just doesn't get it. Newsflash Mr. Obama, "businesses" and people don't "rely" on the "community." They are the "community" and government, at least as far as our nation's founders were concerned, is nothing more than a servant that merely carries out the will of the people; and only the most arrogant of servants would dare to take credit for that which was commissioned and paid for by their master.
Of course, if you really want to blow a liberal's mind, you could always remind them that the schools weren't always "public schools," utility companies weren't always "public utilities," bus companies used to be privately owned and the internet only flourished once the government, perceiving it was worthless, and let it go.
Fortunately, folks are not willing to let this issue go. Fox News again: "Gaster sent a photo of his sign to 45 of his friends and business acquaintances. He said he wants other businesses to post signs as well."
While posting signs sounds like a great idea, perhaps the signs, instead of reading, "I Built My Business Mr. Obama" should read "No, Mr. Obama, You Didn't Build That Road, I Built That Road. You Simply Brokered The Deal And Over-Charged Me The For Shoddy Workmanship!"