It seems that Obama is incompetent even in his grand plans.
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I want to go back to something that I’ve said repeatedly in the past few months, but I think Obama’s press conference yesterday adds some weight to this. My belief is that the details, the minutia of any of this, do not interest Obama. I don’t think he really cares. I don’t think he cares if people are gonna have trouble signing up. I don’t think he cares what it’s gonna end up costing anybody. That’s not what this is about. Oh, he’ll act like it, but one of the reasons why — let’s be honest. I assume almost all of you have real-world business experience to one degree or another, and in every circumstance, let’s take Obama at his word and let’s say that this is the thing that he really loves. I mean, that’s the impression that he’s given.
This is his signature deal. This is what he’s really wanted. This. Universal single-payer health care. This is what he’s really wanted. The Democrat Party’s wanted it forever, for 50 years, but he’s the guy that really wanted it. Now, in a circumstance like that, when you have the president or the CEO, whatever the top dog is called, that person’s passion for it lights the fires under everybody else to make it happen. This is how Steve Jobs worked, or any successful CEO. A CEO cannot have hands on every project that is going on in a business.
But the one thing at the moment, at the time that matters most to that CEO, everybody knows about it. Everybody working there wants to impress the boss, but you add the liberal political aspect to this, the true believer, big government’s the solution to everything aspect to this, and there’s no reason why this shoulda happened except one thing. And that is these people are genuinely incompetent. They haven’t the slightest idea what they’re doing. They don’t know what to do. And their arrogance and their condescending view of people outside of government makes it — they’re only gonna hire people who’ve worked in other governments. You know, they’ll use private sector people as props, bring ’em in for photo-ops. Buffett in now and then whenever you need him, get a photo op having lunch with Steve Jobs, but that’s as far as it goes.Continue reading on www.rushlimbaugh.com