I never said he "defended" Obama's undeniably true statement that everybody succeeds with help, I said he "unwittingly conceded" his point. (The fact that Romney is arguing both sides of an issue is, I'm sure you'd agree, part of Romney's M.O.) What I am specifically referring to is this statement by Romney:
Originally Posted by Oreo
I know that you recognize a lot of people help you in a business. Perhaps the banks, the investors. Thereís no question your mom and dad, your school teachers, the people that provide roads, the fire, the police. A lot of people help.
I fail to see the substantive difference between that statement and Obama's statement:
The point is, is that when we succeed, we succeed because of our individual initiative, but also because we do things together. There are some things, just like fighting fires, we donít do on our own.
So like I said, Romney unwittingly conceded the point.
Leaving aside your hyperbole, you have your facts wrong. Obama has indeed worked in the private sector as a lawyer for four years. And it is unclear why not owning his own business proves he is "anti-business." Moreover, the idea that being president is like running a business is patently absurd, and not just because of the disastrous track record of the The Bush/Cheney "CEO Presidency," but because the two entities are nothing alike. America is not a giant corporation and Bain wasn't a tiny Constitutional Republic and it is silly to pretend otherwise.
You have elected the most anti-business administration in the United States--a President who has never owned or operated his own business--one that has never gotten his hands dirty--one that has never worked a single day in his life in the private sector. Obama is nothing more than a Harvard educated--community organizer MORON.
Your Wonder Boy
President can't even accept his own failures without blaming anyone
and everything else.