Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Obama: I Didn’t Have Time to be a Good President | The Blog on Obama: White House Dossier

You know maybe I'm wrong here, but then again, maybe not. But, can anyone tell me if we ever had a President, you know the leader of the Free World run around with the Oh Poor Me attitude? I mean I just don't have time to do anything. Lets see. He plays golf a lot. Takes vacations all over the World. Each and every decision made in the process is more conserned on trying to get Commuists to like us. Never dealing with the real issues of America, and always straining to be accepted by the U.N. for a global government instead of the United States Government.

Like Kieth says here in this article. Send him to his room. I got a better idea. removed him and lets get someone in there that actually can run this country with the right morals and principals to run this country for We The People.

Be sure to read all of the article at this link.

http://www.whitehousedossier.com/2010/11/15/obama-time-good-president

I gotta tell you, if my kid came up with this one, I’d send him straight to his room.

“Excuse me, you didn’t HAVE TIME to do what you promised? Go upstairs. NOW!”

Check out President Obama’s comments to the press pool yesterday aboard Air Force One as it ferried him back to Washington from his ten-day Asia trip.

As I said in the press conference the day after the election, I spent the first two years trying to get policy right based on my best judgment about how we were going to deal with the short-term crisis and how we were going to retool to compete in this new global economy.

In that obsessive focus on policy, I neglected some things that matter a lot to people, and rightly so:  maintaining a bipartisan tone in Washington; dealing with practices like earmarks that are wasteful at a time of — where everybody else is tightening their belts; making sure that the policy decisions that I made were fully debated with the American people and that I was getting out of Washington and spending more time shaping public opinion and being in a conversation with the American people about why I was making the choices I was making.

So I think, moving forward, I’m going to redouble my efforts to go back to some of those first principles.  And the fact that we are out of crisis — although still, obviously, in a difficult time — I think will give me the capacity to do that.

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