What is Obama doing?
No, I mean, “what” is he “doing”? As in, is he doing anything?
The Middle East is in flames, our domestic energy production is hurting as oil prices rise, job creation is almost non-existent, the deficit and national debt are out of control, people are almost coming to blows at statehouses around the nation ….
Everything is falling apart, so what is he actually doing as to these present problems?
Nothing. Instead, he’s Winning The Future, with a day off for President’s Day:
There is something troublingly detached about this President. I’ll take Christopher Hitchen’s assessment as to the indifference towards Libya, and apply it more broadly:
“Instead, and in the crucial and formative days in which revolutions are decided, we have had to endure the futile squawkings of a cuckoo clock.”
But perhaps I am too parochial, and not smart enough to understand. So I will defer to Judge Gladyis Kessler:
“Making a choice is an affirmative action, whether one decides to do something or not do something. They are two sides of the same coin. To pretend otherwise is to ignore reality.”
By deciding to do nothing, Obama actually has done something. And it’s working great!