Ray Gaster is upset over the comments from the president that "if you have a business, you didn't built that"
Photo: Ray Gaster
You may have heard about Savannah, Georgia business owner Ray Gaster and his sign.
He posted a large sign in front of his lumber and hardware store, as a way of telling President Obama that he didn't like the "you didn't build that" comments.
Gaster says "I resent the heck out of that. We succeed because of our own initiative and our own hard work and we have the freedom and liberty to go out there and succeed, and I'm not going to let them take that away from me."
He wants other business owners to put up a similar sign to the one below. "If businesses can get a backbone" and stand-up to what's going on, meaning the "intrusion in our lives" coming out of DC, "then maybe we can turn this thing around". Gaster says if that doesn't happen, "we're all going to be under the heavy boot of big government and that's not the America I grew up in."
Gaster has a website, where you can get a sign, or you can make one of your own. Click Here, if you agree with Gaster and other business owners.
Sign reads: "I built this business without government help. Obama can kiss my ..."