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NCGOP Chairman Hayes on Obama ‘Redistribution’ Comment

Yesterday I heard audio where Barack Obama admitted ‘I actually believe in redistribution.’  While he has tried to hide and publicly deny his feelings on this issue, he no longer can. It was only a few months ago that he infamously declared, “If you have a business, you didn’t build that, someone else made that happen,” a statement that proves President Obama doesn’t truly understand how our economy works. If you look past his rhetoric, you’ll see his big government philosophy evident in the policies that he has promoted.


He passed Obamacare which has actually made healthcare more expensive for students in North Carolina. The national debt is now $16 trillion, and Obama has no solution for how to reduce that. Obama’s whole campaign has been based on fear, and people are losing hope. Voters have a wealth of primary source evidence that clearly show Obama’s preference to ‘redistribute wealth’ as opposed to helping people become independently successful. 


North Carolina is a state that values individual initiative. Obama’s ‘redistribution’ philosophy is out of touch with Tar Heel voters, which explains why he got zero bounce in NC after he held his convention in Charlotte.” 

– NCGOP Chairman Robin Hayes