Skip to comments.Obama Said Private Sector Never Made Investments In Education And Basic Research
Posted on 10/22/2012 11:00:58 PM PDT by AJFavish
President Obama: . . . And if we're not making investments in education and basic research, which is not something that the private sector is doing at a sufficient pace right now and has never done, then we will lose the (inaudible) in things like clean energy technology.
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Oops, I meant the private sector!
Many or most of our universities were started by religious organizations. States came late to the game (but good for them) and set up land grant and other state universities
“....which is not something that the private sector is doing at a sufficient pace right now and has never done....”
Man might want to pick up a history book for starters.
2 weeks, not 3 weeks.
Apparently I wasn’t really involved in a Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers program for high school students that taught and promoted the idea of students learning robotics. Apparently the companies that fronted this effort with hundreds of thousands of dollars for a single county’s program didn’t acutually do that. Maybe I didn’t personally award a trophy at that contest. Maybe I didn’t provide hands-on experience in troubleshooting electrical systems. Or, maybe the president is full of crap. Again.
Hopefully that was aimed at the Dim voters. The rest of us will be voting in 2 more weeks.
As with everything else he [obama]says, this is also a lie.
Obama Said Private Sector Never Made Investments In Education And Basic ResearchObama's 'right'. Who again was the gubmint bureaucrat:
Oh ... wait ....??? I guess Obama is not right after all.
(Gee. Who'd a saw that coming /s)
If the Kenyan wins and manages to tax the rich this WILL happen but on a permanent basis. A normal person knows that when one expense (like taxes) goes up you reduce other expenses in order to stay within the budget. Rat morons just don't get it!
The press needs to cover this remark by Obama. It is much worse than President Ford’s statement during a debate in 1976 that the people of Eastern Europe do not feel dominated by the Soviet Union.
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