Tuesday, September 18, 2012

A.S. Haley: It Really Is That Simple, Folks

September 18, 2012

There is only one viable candidate in this year's election, and his name is Mitt Romney. I do not like that fact, because there are many things about Mitt Romney of which I frankly disapprove. But that realization cannot blind me to this simple truth:

The President of the United States is an executive position -- one of the biggest and most important (if not the biggest and most important) in the world.

Mitt Romney is an executive, with considerable experience as a CEO.

Barack Hussein Obama is not.

Yes, it really is that simple.

We already have had three and a half years of Barack Obama as chief executive, and what have we seen? He is like nothing so much as the boss's son, who grew up partying and playing golf, and then was foisted on the business by his doting father (who then died immediately afterwards).

He has no clue of what it takes to run a business (remember "you didn't build that," anyone?) -- let alone run an entire country. He spends so much time on the golf course or at basketball, and appearing on TV shows and now at continuous fundraisers, that he cannot be bothered to attend intelligence briefings, or to make time to meet with Israel's prime minister on the eve of an impending nuclear war in the Middle Eastthe rest


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