I agree. We have one who likes the idea of being president and all the perks that come with it but doesn't have what it takes to actually be one.<quoted text>
Remember the Oil Spill in the Gulf? Remember Benghazi? Remember the Jerk-In-Chief's order to follow the failed Russian strategies in Afghanistan?
This Boy Messiah is great with photo-ops with his shirt sleeves rolled up and unbuttoned shirts. But in the real world, he plays golf, rubs shoulders with Hollywood celebs and sings Al Green on the Letterman Show.
We need a President. We don't have one.
He reads briefings instead of attends briefing meetings. He shuts out those who represent half the country on Capital Hill and tells their constituents to get in the back of the bus. He doesn't like answering the hard questions but goes on celebrity talk shows to answer questions about his underwear and favorite Mexican food. He gets in front of a camera at every opportunity and puts his foot in his mouth to create more problems and derisiveness. He won't call terrorism what it is but wants to give terrorists their day in court while accelerating the use of drones that terrorizes innocents. He wants our soldiers to fight an enemy with one hand tied behind their backs. He promises to cut the budget in half by the end of his first term and says he will not run for a second term if he can't live up to his promise.
He simply doesn't know what he's doing. He's in too far over his head, always has been and will be again another four years.
But as long as Valerie Jarrett is giving him his marching orders, he's going to hang in there and continue to be the front man for those behind the scenes who are really in power.
I believe that just as sure as I'm sitting here. I didn't trust this president any further than I could throw him from day one. That hasn't changed one single bit.
Romney/Ryan = Real leadership and solutions.