#rsrh QotD, Why Obama Isn’t Doing His Job Edition.

Background: President Obama apparently has time for daily talk shows.  Fellow heads of state?  Not so much.  And the fool that gave this quote to the New ork Times apparently thought that he was explaining things:

Mr. Obama was scheduled to attend a reception for world leaders at the United Nations on Monday night. But a campaign adviser acknowledged privately that in this election year, campaigning trumped meetings with world leaders. “Look, if he met with one leader, he would have to meet with 10,” the aide said, speaking on the condition of anonymity.

Then the President should meet with 10.  Or 20.  Or however many are there, and not called Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  Because that is his job.  I pay Barack Obama to meet with world leaders.  I do not pay Barack Obama to go on The View.

Sheesh, but these people have no gravitas.

Moe Lane


  • Trent says:

    Work is hard

  • acat says:

    Moe, Moe, Moe.
    The answer is simple. The job, to this useless Chicago hack, is not “Being President” .. it’s “Being Candidate”!

  • Rockphed says:

    Ah, the New Ork Times. Truly the galaxy’s most impressive purveyor of “waaaag!”

  • Rob Crawford says:

    Being on “The View” feels like being a celebrity — there’s an audience; applause; bright lights; a crew to make sure you look great, get you drinks or food… Going to a state dinner is work. Sure, you have your staff to make sure you’re dressed right, but there’s no applause.
    Worst of all — you have to act as if some of the people in the room are just as important as you are.

  • Praveen says:

    Presidentin is hard. Campaignin is fun… Y’all…

  • countrydoc says:

    I read in The New Orc Times that Saruman is increasing the chocolate ration. Just goes to show that you can’t believe anything those filthy Ents say.

  • Jbird says:

    Going forward, I’d rather pay Obama to stay on The View as a permanent member of the panel and in addition, pay Romney to meet with foreign leaders. I think it’s preferable to the current setup.

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