Smith Didn’t Build That?

Posted on Monday July 23, 2012 1 Comment ››

Smith Didn’t Build That???

Over at the New Yorker, Adam Gopnik assures us that Adam Smith would have had no trouble with Barack Obama’s recent remarks about how the existence of public roads nullifies the significance of individual accomplishment and justifies the administrative state.

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  1. FOR SOME ONE WHO THINKS HE IS SO ABOVE EVERY HUMAN THAT WALKS THIS EARTH, JUST PROVED TO MILLIONS JUST HOW MUCH HE NEEDS TO WALK ALL THE TRAILS OF TEARS THAT THE NATIVE AMERICANS AND ALL THE EARLY PIONEERS WALKED AND SETTELED AND BUILT THEIR OWN BUSINESS BEFORE ROADS AND BRIDGES CAME INTO BEING. IF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE DON’T GET YOU GOD WILL. BECAUSE BELIEVE IT OR NOT MR. OBAMA YOU OR NOT GOD AND YOU WILL HAVE TO FACE HIM ONE DAY. IM JUST ONE OF MILLIONS WHO IS NOT SO STUPID AS TO FALL FOR YOUR CRAP. YOU HAD YOUR DAY, NOW ITS TIME YOU MOVE ON

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