By Tom Quiner
The Obama years have produced a whole new dynamic when it comes to the way we view the economy.
Team Obama sees two economies that compete with each other: the public economy vs. the private economy.
The public economy, which is funded by taxpayers, has historically been viewed as the servant of the private economy. No longer.
The president makes it clear to entrepreneurs, innovators, and small business owners that they “did not build” their businesses or invent their inventions by themselves. They need to give equal credit to the public economy.
The patent office deserves just as much credit as Edison for inventing the light bulb, goes the thinking.
As Mr. Obama tends to do, he pits groups against each other, in this case, the producers against the bureaucrats. He makes it clear his desire to redistribute resources from those who earned it in the private…
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