Originally Posted by Fatstogey
So they didnt make it on their own.
Obama never said this. The line regarding you didn't build it was referencing roads and bridges, not actual businesses. Conservative sites and fox news edited out the line regarding roads and bridges making it seem like Obama was referencing businesses themselves. This is the actual context of the speech.
"If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help. There was a great teacher somewhere in your life. Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive. Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If youíve got a business ó you didnít build that. Somebody else made that happen. The Internet didnít get invented on its own. Government research created the Internet so that all the companies could make money off the Internet."
With the context, it's far different than just "If youíve got a business ó you didnít build that. Somebody else made that happen." This makes it look like Obama was saying you didn't build your own business. He actually was saying that if you own a business, you didn't build the roads and bridges your business relies on. The speech was about the importance of government and how it helped businesses become successful, or rather how businesses have used government services and infrastructure to help them become successful.
Originally Posted by greg770
That Nazi bigot Sheriff already addressed this OCR argument. You're in libtard denial for life.
Why the name calling? How does this help your case at all? I never called anyone a Nazi. I said the argument was racist (Only the one black president has ever had his citizenship questioned. Seems clearly racist to me.). I'll just reiterate what I said. Test it yourself. Scan some documents with OCR on and then open up illustrator. Alternatively, scan it, convert it to a PDF with OCR on. Either way will give you similar results. See if you get more than one layer. You likely will, particularly if there are lines, boxes, stamps, seals, ect. in the document. The entire point of OCR is to split something up into layers. I'm more inclined to believe experts in this technology than Sheriff Arpaio. Arpaio's arguments seems to be that because he can't search within the PDF file, OCR couldn't have been on. You can use scanning software that directly converts to a PDF, and you can disable the searching by text feature when saving the document. You can scan with OCR to get layers. You can delete OCR data too. Since I'm no expert in scanning software, I'll just link you to someone who is an expert with computers.
Also the National Review tested a document of their own. They scanned a one page document, optimized it, and uploaded it. They got similar, seemingly random layers. If you have Illustrator, you can open the document they put up testing the same thing. http://www.nationalreview.com/corner...athan-goulding
Again, I encourage you to test this yourself. It is quite easy to see once you do it yourself.