Obama as an indirect danger? 181

 The President appoints the people he works with, who may be very bad for the country, but the President himself is not to be held responsible for any harm they do?

So thinks Bill Steigerwald, interviewed in Townhall:

Q: If he [Barack Obama] became president, would you lose any sleep at night?

A: I wouldn’t over him. I would worry about the people he would surround himself with. I have a very high opinion of him in most respects. I don’t think he’d do anything consciously to put the country in peril. But I would worry about who his secretary of state was, I’d worry about who his secretary of interior was, I’d worry that he’d be hostile to private enterprise and the appointments he’d make. But he himself doesn’t really bother me at all. 

An outstanding example of stupidity! 

Posted under Uncategorized by Jillian Becker on Tuesday, June 17, 2008

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