How Obama Makes Decisions
(abstracts from American Thinker)
There is a cliché in Washington. There are two things you do not want to see made: sausage and laws. To those we may add a third: Barack Obama's decisions.
Fortunately, over the last few years journalists have been obsessing over Barack Obama almost as much as he has been obsessing over himself. They have provided various vignettes that give us a disturbing picture of a man floundering in his own careless if not willful ineptitude.
He was unprepared to do the homework and heavy lifting -- that was for others to toil over.Perhaps that was why he could so readily dismiss Iran as being a "tiny country" that posed no threat.
A leader has to be well-informed, consult with good advisers and experts, read and research, and make a decision. He has to prepare himself to be a leader.
If anything, his television-watching has gone downhill. Now he watches Spongebob Squarepants and Hannah Montana -- albeit with his daughters (a fact that calls into question his fathering ability but it is a step above having them hear Jeremiah Wright's racist and anti-American rants).