Slamming 'social Darwinism,' Obama reignites debt clash with GOP

President Barack Obama launched a major assault Tuesday on the House-passed Republican budget proposal embraced by front-running GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, calling it "social Darwinism" that would stifle the American dream.

The president referred to the GOP budget proposal as 'thinly veiled social Darwinism.' Reigniting his clash with Republicans over how to tame the debt and deficits, President Obama delivered a blistering attack on the House Republican budget Tuesday,

It is thinly veiled social Darwinism. We are likely to hear a lot more about social Darwinism in the months ahead. It was the conservative creed during the late 19th century – legitimizing a politics in which the lackeys of robber barons deposited

The proposed cuts, Obama said, amount to 'thinly veiled social Darwinism.' 'Instead of moderating their views even slightly, Republicans running Congress right now have doubled down,' Obama said, adding that he believes

It is thinly veiled social Darwinism. We are likely to hear a lot more about social Darwinism in the months ahead. It was the conservative creed during the late 19th century – legitimizing a politics in which the lackeys of robber barons deposited