The US Needs Competent Leadership

Last week the US had the opportunity to put a responsible adult in charge off the country. Instead we got a repeat performance of spectacular incompetence for the next four years. Obama is right back to where he was four years ago, claiming that he can control the weather.


We need to be dealing with the debt, and jobs and energy security. Instead we got four more years of a messiah complex from someone who has no understanding of energy or business or America.

We can’t run off rhetorical bullshit. The real world doesn’t work that way.

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5 Responses to The US Needs Competent Leadership

  1. Andy says:

    Comparison of UK v US postal services



    Both very connected to governments so not properly capitalist, but which is doing better?

    $5billion in health care for the US Post office, how can any company deal with that.

    Your healthcare is obese !


  2. Richard T. Fowler says:


    (A 52 year time span.)

    FROM …

    [A]sk not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.


    There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be solved by what is right with America.

    TO …

    “Keep Obama in president, you know? He gave us a phone, and he’s gonna do MORE!!

    “And why don’t you like Romney?”

    Romney! Romney [CENSORED]!!”

    It would appear this election heavily turned on how many voters were uncomfortable with the 1960 ideas, and how many were uncomfortable with the 2012 ideas.


  3. kim2ooo says:

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  4. leftinbrooklyn says:

    Competent leadership? I’d just settle for less leadership. How ’bout just getting out of the way? This expansion of government just increases the damage they can do. They should massage their savior-complexed egos in the Peace Corps or something. You know, champion their disgust for large soft drinks and stuff there. Or maybe the YMCA.

    And, yes, we certainly put the wrong guy of the two back in, expansion-leading-to-damage-wise.

    Some of our forefathers thought that Congress meeting one day a YEAR might be too much.

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