This is scene from the 1939 movie Stagecoach. It's a classic John Ford western and features John Wayne in his first starring role and established him for a generation of Americans as a Hollywood icon.
This particular part is the rantings of a corrupt banker that has just embezzled $50,000 and is trying to discretely skip town. He has just learned that a US Army cavalry unit will not be escorting them through dangerous Apache country.
I was floored watching John Ford's 1939 classic film "Stagecoach" to hear a corrupt banker who is fleeing town after embezzling the bank's money declare a set of conservative economic principles that could just as easily come out of Mitt Romney's mouth (or any other right winger for that matter). He bemoans that America should be for Americans, that the national debt is disgraceful, and that the government is to be damned for over-regulating business. And this was 70 years ago!!!!