How concerned are you with Obama's indecisive leadership?6

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  1. righteousdude2

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    Over and over, this POTUS has demonstrated the inability to make a decision when a decision is needed. Some say he is "leading from behind!"

    Does this lack of decisiveness bother you, or do you respect his ability to remain to ignore his critics the polls and common sense in order to make a well thought out decision for all Americans?

    Or do you think this indecisiveness is dragging him, the country and democrats down to a pit that will take years to reverse and dig out of???

    If you were permitted to speak directly to Obama, and evaluate his work as POTUS, what would you tell him? Let's pretend he has promised to take you advice, regardless. THANKS!
     
  2. Jkdbuck76

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    I would advise him to accompany the troops he wishes to send to Africa. He can enjoy a trip to his home continent AND put his money where his mouth is regarding "how hard it is to get Ebola".


    Edit: I can no longer tolerate his indecisiveness and his unwillingness to put Americans FIRST when it comes to security. The WORST president I've seen....and that's saying a lot considering who his predecessor was.
     
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  3. Crabtownboy

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    I am much more concerned about the GOP stonewalling and politicizing everything, including Ebola.

    G. Bush with his ill advised entry into Iraq dug and threw us into the pit that will take years and many administrations to dig us out of.
     
  4. carpro

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    His "decisions", if you want to call them that, do not illustrate that they are well thought out. Only that he is trying hard to please one special interest group or another.

    So his "decisions" are often muddled and well "thought out" in such a way that he can blame others when they don't work out. And they rarely do. and he always blames someone else.
     
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    double post
     
  6. Revmitchell

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    Much like he is doing with Iraq right now. He campaigned on pulling us out of Iraq and now he is saying it was not his decision. He would climb a tree to tell a lie before he would stand on the ground and tell the truth.
     

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