In what may be one of the most accurate vivisections on Barrack Obama's leadership style, Mitt Romney, former Governor of Massachusetts (whom I think should be a sportscaster or car salesman) lays it all out there for the world to see. From Obama's "blame and attack" style of government takeover of private industry, to his absolute lack of leadership, Romney affords him no quarter.
"Has it come to this again? The president is meeting with his oil spill experts, he crudely tells us, so that he knows "whose ass to kick." We have become accustomed to his management style — target a scapegoat, assign blame and go on the attack. To win health care legislation, he vilified insurance executives; to escape bankruptcy law for General Motors, he demonized senior lenders; to take the focus from the excesses of government, he castigated business meetings in Las Vegas; and to deflect responsibility for the deepening and lengthening downturn, he blames Wall Street and George W. Bush. But what may make good politics does not make good leadership. And when a crisis is upon us, America wants a leader, not a politician."
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