Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: May 20, 2013 09:59AM
In business or industry, a defense of "I didn't know what was
happening" is considered as an indefensible position to espouse or hold.
Such a position points to a lacking on a leaders part to be aware of what those
under their supervision are doing, or, that by association, the leader
themselves fail to coral such behaviors or even condone it through lack of
action on their part, which still puts the overarching blame for their
subordinates actions in their court.
Meanwhile in government, all one needs to do is claim ignorance on an issue and
expects to be absolved of any guilt.
Sure seems odd though that in each of the scandals that have rocked the Obozo
admin (which there have been numerous examples of) all tend to be along the same
lines of either poor choices having been made, attempts to then gloss over even
the most glaring accounts of wrongdoing or outright flouting of government
processes and laws and always in regard to furthering a leftist/progressive
agenda idea or in some form or another to attack those who oppose their
Is connecting the relevant dots really all that hard? If it walks like a duck,
quacks like a duck, odds are, it damned well is one, even if the duck claims
it's something else
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: May 20, 2013 10:41AM
It's all been quacking ever since I can remember. Doesn't matter if the clown
is wearing an elephant or a donkey costume, they are all ducks.
Mach Report This Comment
Date: May 20, 2013 04:57PM
Good link, quasi..... It kind of sounded like a dad, telling his kid (Obama), to
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: May 21, 2013 06:43AM
I just wonder how long it will take before the American people and the
mainstream media realize that they backed either a total moron or a devious
underhanded mastermind. Is he just inept or is he working towards dictator?