Would corporate America hire a raw recruit just out of college with a couple years of experience in a support capacity to head up a multi-million dollar business venture as their competition was taking away market share, the Fortune 500 business was in a sales lull and cutbacks were being made by the thousands? Of course not. We live in a post 9–11 world where America and Americans cannot afford to have anyone learn on the job as President. Have you forgotten?
The LEFT calls the inexperience tag on Obama the newest attack line. It is not an attack line, if it is true! How does one know? When one defends Obama’s inexperience by attacking the experience of the person making the allegation.
One might ask, what about the presidency of George W. Bush, he was inexperienced. First of all, this isn’t about GWB. It is all about Barack Obama.Yes GWB was inexperienced, but he had also been a governor of one of the largest states in the US which is much more than a freshman senator and being 1 of 100. Also, the election took place prior to September 11, 2001. All things changed after that and experience as the Commander and Chief is a prerequisite. Looking back on events, if 9–11 had occurred prior to the election of 2000, one might say with certainty that the incumbent VP Al Gore would probably have won the election. Experience does matter.
If experience does matter in every other aspect of our lives then why is America even considering the notion that a “frighteningly inexperienced” Barack Obama could and should be President? It’s common sense folks …
“He’s not listening to the whole of what the Iraqi government was saying — he’s hearing what he wanted to hear and what he thought would help him politically, which get backs to Senator Obama as a candidate for the presidency,” Wilson said. “He has his finger in the wind, trying to figure out which way the wind is blowing, and he is not leading.
“He is no way sophisticated enough, I don’t think — I mean he is frighteningly inexperienced when it comes to international affairs and national security policy,” she added. “And he heard what he wanted to hear from the Iraqi government, without any context around it, and took that simple message and decided it helped him politically. That’s the antitheses of what we should expect from a president of the United States.”
The fact of the matter is and when it comes down to it that America cannot afford to have an inexperienced President at this point and time with global terrorism. Americans would not hire inexperienced people to do jobs they know takes experience in every day life, so why is it OK in Obama’s case? Cheap talk of change means nothing and one trip to Iraq and Afghanistan does not an expert on foreign policy make. Islamofascists want change to …