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Obama: Economic patriotism means we rise or fall together… probably mostly fall

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By Doug Powers  •  July 28, 2014 07:49 AM

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“An army is a team. It lives, eats, sleeps and falls as a team.” – Gen. George Patton, never
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In his Saturday address, President Obama has renewed his call for “economic patriotism,” part of which involves shaming corporations into remaining based in the U.S. instead of moving abroad:

Is “stay here and fall with the rest of us, you economic traitor” really the best way to convince a company to stay in the country?

It won’t be long until Obama demands that all business owners spend a week at “economic patriotism camp” listening to this as a precondition of incorporation. The time for “‘Gypsynomics” is now:

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