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Rush Limbaugh on Corporations

Conservative Talk-show Host


Capitalists give you jobs; don't assault them

We just cringe to watch capitalism be assaulted and our culture be reoriented to where the people that make it work are the enemy. The people that make this country work, the people who pay on their mortgages, the people getting up and going to work, striving in this recession to not participate in it, they're not the enemy.

They're the people that hire you. They're the people that are going to give you a job. They're the people that are going to give you a raise, the people that need you to do wor for them.

When Obama talks about past economies, he somehow always leaves out the recession of the '80s as worst than this one. Why does he leave it out? Because you know why he leaves it out, America? He leaves it out because we got out of that recession with tax cuts. We got out of the 1980s recession with tax cuts. Do you know that President Obama, in six weeks of his administration, has proposed more spending than from the founding of the country to his inauguration?

Source: Speech to 2009 Conservative Political Action Conference , Feb 28, 2009

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