It’s true. Obama doesn’t want America to be innovative. He doesn’t want American’s inventing anything that would make the world a better place to leave. He wants the American worker to be exceptional on the assembly line working mindlessly through the day for a government paycheck.
I write this because his highest priority for Americans is to find them manufacturing jobs. The first question of the second Presidential Debate with Obama and Romney at Hofstra University focused on guaranteeing college graduates a job. The question in itself is troubling because the question may represent the common thought that American’s should not be responsible for their own paychecks.
Here’s the question and Obama’s response. Transcript here.
Jeremy (audience question)
What can you say to reassure me, but more importantly my parents, that I will be able to sufficiently support myself after I graduate?
Number one, I want to build manufacturing jobs in this country again. Now when Governor Romney said we should let Detroit go bankrupt. I said we’re going to bet on American workers and the American auto industry and it’s come surging back.
Some itemized thoughts:
- Paychecks and jobs are in the circle of personal responsibility
- If Obama “builds” a job then that means the government owns that job and the employees are government employees.
- Manufacturing jobs are mostly assembly line jobs
- Assembly line jobs do not require much education
- The world today doesn’t strive and flourish on manufacturing jobs
- Obama wants to bring back an industry that has failed because it isn’t needed any longer
- Obama must invest with tax payer monies to create a job that will not make a profit
- The employees for this manufacturing job will soon become unemployed
- Unemployment benefits will go up.
What are your thoughts?