Big Important Piece of the Morning: President Obama, It’s Business, Not Personal

President Obama has no comprehension of the phrase: “not personal.”  To him, everything is about Obama, and his definition of “we” is “me, myself and I.”  Never having had much of a real job other than campaigning and community organizing, he also doesn’t grasp the concept of “business.” Obama seems oblivious of his job description (defined by the oath of office), he displays scant loyalty to his company (America), and appears unconcerned with the product it produces (freedom and liberty).

Yes, fellow citizens (shareholders), Obama works for you. He was correct when he once offered, “You’ve got me,” but now, several bills, regulations, lies, deals, executive orders and appointments later, we find he meant something much different than “I work for you.”

In the corporate world, in-depth interviews with prospective employees are conducted to mitigate such surprises. Typically, a personnel department will thoroughly vet candidates before involving upper management in a hiring decision.  It would be unimaginable to rely on an initial application that failed to require basic credentials, to seriously consider a candidate who instead brought with him a flowery autobiography and a compilation of his own favorite speeches, or to depend on tingly-legged interviewers who asked no discerning questions.  Whether liberal or conservative, most Americans now realize they elected a man not resembling the one advertised by the mainstream media or pictured in their own minds, drawn on the blank screen that Obama offered.

via American Thinker: President Obama, It’s Business, Not Personal.

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