Friday, January 18, 2008

QOTD

David Broder in Thursday's Washington Post:
[I]t was also stunning to realize that the three current and former senators who have survived the shakeout process -- Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards -- have not a day of chief executive experience among them.

By contrast, the Republican field is loaded with people who are accustomed to being in charge of large organizations. Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee were governors of their states of Massachusetts and Arkansas, Rudy Giuliani served as the mayor of New York, and John McCain, as he likes to remind audiences, commanded the largest squadron in the Navy air wing.

In the past, voters have preferred to entrust the White House to those with executive credentials.

1 comment:

OBloodyHell said...

> In the past, voters have preferred to entrust the White House to those with executive credentials.

Yes, but in the past, voters have been armed with common sense.

At some point, a disarmament protocol was invoked. The results are increasingly obvious in society as "PC" is becoming the chief mantra of social activity.