Yesterday, Fox News attacked President Obama’s comments about big companies making billions cutting jobs and/or wages. Host Neil Cavuto commented after playing a clip, "Was it me or would that have been perfect with the theme from the Godfather underneath? Really? …Is this singling out of a company by the president a little over the top?" I guess we know how he felt.
Jessica Tarlov, Democratic strategist, said, "I think he makes a good case. …I stand by the president with that. Companies, they don't want to pay for health insurance for their employees, a lot of them. People are scaling back people to be part time workers, they're hiring more contractors… and I think that's really the point that the president's making."
Tarlov was outnumbered on the “fair and balanced” panel by two to one. Not counting Cavuto. "There's so many things intrinsically wrong with this Neil,” panelist Tracy Byrnes said. "The president is crazy to think that corporations are not looking at the cost of ObamaCare, and how it is affecting their bottom line. And the notion that the president thinks he can control how companies, can hire and fire is an even bigger enigma to me."
The third panelist, Charles Gasparino called it "odd that the president is tougher on Staples and fat cat bankers than he is with ISIS. This guy relishes beating up on American corporations. He has none of the same zeal when he goes after terrorists who cut people's heads off."
"True," Byrnes agreed.
Watch it below, from yesterday’s Your World.