Qualifying for the presidency 2

 Being shot down is not a qualification for the presidency, according to Wesley Clark (denigrating John McCain).

True enough. 

But what does qualify a person for that awesome responsibility, which includes responsibility as commander-in-chief?

Experience in administration … good judgment … knowledge of world affairs … military experience …  strength of character … decisiveness …  

Which of these attributes does Barack Obama have?  

A talent for demagoguery we’ll grant  him. But anything else?

Posted under Commentary by Jillian Becker on Wednesday, July 2, 2008

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  • Jillian Becker

    Blue! You would vote for a man whose associates have been terrorists, Communists, criminals, and America-haters? A man who thinks there are 58 states in the US? Who thinks they speak Arabic in Afghanistan? Who would take the country sharply to the left? Who would put up taxes steeply? Would appoint judges to the Supreme Court who’d override the Constitution to serve the Left’s agenda? Who would allow the disgraceful UN to influence US foreign policy?
    Rather than a man who would keep America safe and free, keep taxes down, appoint Constitution-respecting judges, deliver victory in Iraq, and develop our own vast energy resources to bring gas prices down?
    Please think again!

  • Blue

    Strength of character. Decisiveness. Barack has those too. And better judgement then John “Sure I’ll let Bush, the lead albatross tied around my neck, say nice things about me despite the fact that every time he opens his mouth my spot in the polls drops” McCain.

    All Barack lacks is experence. All McCain HAS is experience. I’m going with the lesser of two evils, thank you.