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Raleigh Businessman Gives the President A Sign

   Publisher's note: This post, by Matt Willoughby, was originally published in the Economy, Video section of Civitas's online edition.

   This excellent, and substantive video report arouse from an incredulous Raleigh businessman, who publicly responded to Candidate Barack Obama's intemperate remarks, at Fire Station No. 1, Roanoke, Virginia, during his nearly year long "Two America's" Campaign. BCN also took issue with the candidate's sophistic remarks as well in our "Candidate Barack Obama Goes Off Teleprompter: Bears his Political Soul," which we published on July 18, 2012.

   The founder of the iconic lunch haven Snoopy’s in Raleigh was so infuriated by President Obama saying he hadn’t built the business by himself he put up a sign to answer the President.

   The video report, by Matt Willoughby, is here below.


( July 25th, 2012 @ 9:22 pm )
Mr. Webb, I do believe that we are kindred spirits - we, who ask for nothing more than a "fair shake" at a reasonable stake.

This week, the endless candidate tried to walk back his unfortunate remarks about we who create something tangible and beneficial, rather than seek a willing host. It ain't working, and it just makes him seem like even more of a totally disingenuous ... uh ... candidate.

The endless candidate let us know, rather succinctly, how he feels about those of us who pay the price to succeed ... or fail.

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