Democrats: I've Never Managed Anything! Vote Me into the Oval Office!!

on Monday, August 13, 2007

Sorry kids, I've been fairly ill for several days and haven't really been able to post anything... I'm all drugged up on Sudafed right now so the following post might not "flow" as well as other posts (if ya know what I mean), but here it is anyway:

Neither of the top two Democratic presidential hopefuls have never managed anything in an executive setting - ever!

Hillary - Has never managed a city, a state, a township, a payroll for a company, or even a taco stand during her life. She has argued that she gained tons of managerial experience during her husband's term in the White House... but if you ask me, flying around the world in Air Force One on an 8-year tax-funded vacation is hardly what I would call "managerial experience." The only thing she "managed" during her husband's term was a failed attempt to socialize medicine, which, by the way, was quite arguably the single biggest reason why the Republicans took over for the next 12 years!

Obama - Has also never run or managed anything since a journal during law school. He is easily one of the most inexperienced politicians to ever run for president (as his recent comments about Pakistan have shown) making him unfit to be the face of our foreign policy. His track record shows a severe lack of governance. He's also too spineless to even vote in any controversial senate bills as of late and also just informed us that his presence in upcoming debates will be "limited." The man is obviously a coward, yet he asks that you vote him into the oval office as commander-in-chief of a nation at war...

In contrast to the experience (or lack thereof) of the leading Democratic candidates, check the record of both Rudy and Romney - the top two Republican candidates:

Romney - One of the most successful businessmen this country has ever seen with a self-made net worth of $250 million. Served as CEO of Bain & Company, a management consulting firm, and is the co-founder of Bain Capital, an extremely successful private equity investment firm. Romney also served as the CEO of the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympic games and went on to save the 2002 Olympics from scandal and disaster. Despite the initial fiscal shortfall of $380 million below benchmark, the Games, under the leadership of Romney, ended up clearing a profit of $100 million. The man performs in any position in which he is placed. Romney later went on to win election as a Republican governor in Massachusetts - the bluest state in the Union. As governor he eliminated the deficit by 60%. He also balanced the state's budget and widened health coverage without raising taxes (which issue I shall address in a later post).

Rudy - Quite arguably "America's Mayor," who for nearly 8 years led a complex city whose population is greater than 40 out of the 50 states (can't say that for any of the Dems listed above). Crime and abortions drastically decreased during his tenure as mayor and Rudy is well known for "cleaning up" Times Square. Due to his level of involvement with 9/11, Rudy (who personally managed the 9/11 emergency response) now has direct experience in dealing with a global crisis. He also cut New York's crime rate by two-thirds and helped to restore New York's economy.

It's quite easy to see that the Dems are grossly unqualified in the field of executive management.

PS - The Hat Tip for this post goes to my brother, Thomas


Thomas said...

Nice to see you made the post and make some good points, but where's the credit to the original author?? ;)