Who built that? Who made that happen? Obama says it’s not the one who first conceived it, and then worked for it — no, no. Somebody else made that happen. Somebody that did none of the work, somebody that signed the back of the check, but not the one who signed the front of the check.
In a 1943 paper titled “A Theory of Human Motivation” Abraham Maslow theorized that the highest state of human satisfaction and happiness is something he called “self actualization.”
We all have self actualization needs. These consist mainly in the belief that we can make things happen for our own well being. A woman decides to postpone marriage and pursue a career because she believes she can make that happen and she sets out to do it. Later she may decide she doesn’t want to live alone, that she wants to get married, so she goes about making that happen.
Her husband wants to be the chief breadwinner so she can stay home with the kids and he sets out to make that happen by building a successful business.
It is the supreme insult to have someone like Barack Obama, who has never held a real job, never struggled for much of anything because every door in front of him has opened, and most of that because of the direct and indirect preferences to his race, to have that person come along and say to your face, “You didn’t build that! Somebody else made that happen!” That’s the mother of all insults.
If there is any justice in this world, and it won’t require very much justice, Obama the man-child who has nothing but disdain for the people who work hard and build things and make things happen, will be sent packing back to Chicago where he belongs. Chicago, his kind of town. The most politically corrupt town in America, if not the world. There he can be happy, living the Chicago way.
Bit of rant, so sue me, I couldn’t help it. I’m one of those who made my life and everything in it happen with my own hands.