Quote of the Day, No Apologies For Calling Barack Obama Incompetent edition.

Because, as Byron York notes, he is:

There are lots of reasons Republicans oppose Obama’s initiatives. But the issue of executive competence alone would be reason enough to oppose; why should GOP lawmakers entrust far-reaching new authority to a president who is struggling to run the executive branch as it is?

Honestly, at this point the incompetence is almost an endearing thing about the President.  At least he can’t actually do anything to harm the country that’d be remotely as bad as the stuff that he and the Democrats did in 2009 and 2010.  Not much of a balm, I know, but I didn’t cause this situation.


Moe Lane

PS: I also didn’t vote for the guy in 2012. Mind you, I didn’t vote for Barack Obama in 2008, either, but people can plausibly say that they hadn’t realized just how badly their 2008 vote would turn out. Harder to do that with the 2012 vote.

7 thoughts on “Quote of the Day, No Apologies For Calling Barack Obama Incompetent edition.”

  1. To be fair, in 2009 we didn’t *dare* assume he was incompetent. Although there were signs (“It turns out I’m pretty good at it”, “I won”, “I’ll trump you on that”) he wasn’t even close to as good as he thought he was.

  2. The great unwinding from Obama for the Dems has begun. The have to create space for 2016.

    1. This should be .. educational .. for Mr. Obama.
      Not saying it *will* be, just that it’s something he *should* learn from.

        1. Do grifters every really admit fault? Usually they assume the mark had it coming.

    2. And it will be as successful as it was for the GOP moving away from Bush circa 2006-2008…

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