"Well, it was certainly a gift to Mitt Romney and whether you take the, cherry pick the phrase, and the larger context, may soften it somewhat, when the president says you didn't do this on your own, you got a lot of help, and maybe you got an SBA loan or whatever. But it just gives Romney an opportunity to make the argument for free enterprise."
Okay, so first off, Parker thinks that what Obama said was clearly a "gift" to Romney, presumably meaning that it was a good thing. Secondly, the fact that it may be taken out of context doesn't seem to bother her very much. But the most important part, I thought, was the bolded. She admits that it's quite possible that a business owner may have gotten an SBA loan, which stands for Small Business Administration, which is an arm of, *cue scary music* the GOVERNMENT! And yet, despite this, she seems to think that this will help Romney make the argument for rugged individualism?
I'm guessing this must be the right winger's version of the "free market", where it totally counts as bootstrappin' if businesses suck on the government's teat.