Former Obama advisor: Our foreign policy is a mess — especially in the Middle East « Hot Air: "Well, what did voters honestly expect when they elected a Chicago machine politician with no executive experience? I’m actually serious about that question. This was one of the big problems with giving a man his first executive experience as President of the United States. This is why it’s better to elect governors, military commanders, or people with extensive private-sector executive experience; they have already lived through the lessons of poor hiring decisions and are a lot smarter about it by the time they’re running the most powerful country in the world. This is just another outcome of having someone in far over his head, and Americans have no one but themselves to blame for it.
Of course, they can correct that failure in about 18 days. And if Mitt Romney isn’t committing Brooks’ damning indictment to memory for Monday’s debate in order to close the deal on the election, I’ll eat my hat."
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