“If I’m sitting pretty and I have a waitress who is making minimum wage plus tips, and I can afford it [healthcare] and she can’t, what’s the big deal for me to say I’m gonna pay a little bit more? That’s neighborliness.” – Obama. Now you tell me what he really believes about what is best economically for this nation. It’s called redistribution of wealth.
I find this interesting: at the beginning of the interview, O’Reilly starts to quote statistics on the growth of the economy; but then in response, Obama halts O’Reilly’s statistics defense and states how “we can play a statistics game” all day long and not get to the heart of the issues (paraphrase). Yet throughout the whole interview, Obama seems to find it convenient to use statistics in defense of his point of view over and over again. So can we or can we not use statistics? It’s just clear from this that Obama is a master at dodging tough, direct questions.