Armstrong Williams
How many of you have awaken the morning after both presidential debates and could actually articulate how President Obama would enhance our foreign policy, address the threat of Iran, create jobs, turn around the economy, and stop the dramatic increase in healthcare premiums, a promise in which he declared that premiums would never increase under Obamacare. Instead, all you hear is Obama blaming Romney and attacking his policies that create jobs and lower tax rates.

I would like to pose a question to the die-hard Obama faithful: What would need to happen in the economy before you assign responsibility to President Obama? The reason for this question is that I see that many of you Obama supporters think that everything from Obama is Bush's fault because everything was inherited and everything is the Republican Congress’ fault. Do these reasons imply that just because someone inherited something that is chaotic, that it abolishes all responsibility for any worsening of the situation? An honest answer would indicate that although conditions are tough, ultimately a person is hired to a job to solve problems, not make them worse.

Think about this analogy: if somebody is hired for a management position where their specific job is to fix a failing department in a company, that person takes full responsibility for that department once that person is hired. If the company’s profits do not improve, regardless of how the other workers behave, the project manager is ultimately the person responsible for the situation. If any of you remember the television show “The Apprentice,” Donald Trump almost always fired the project manager of the losing team because they failed to lead and work with team members to create viable business solutions. Donald Trump is also one of the richest and most successful men in business in America.

If President Obama was a contestant on “The Apprentice,” he would probably be sitting in a room with the Republican Congress trying to explain to Donald Trump why he should stay in the game as chief executive of this country. However, we as voters are lucky to be put in the position of Donald Trump in the boardroom of America. We are the ones who decide whether Obama should be given a second chance, or whether he should be fired. To the Obama faithful, I urge you to look at your fellow employees right now wherever you are working and seriously think about whether you would want employees that consistently fail to perform in tough situations.

Armstrong Williams

Armstrong Williams is a widely-syndicated columnist, CEO of the Graham Williams Group, and hosts the Armstrong Williams Show. He is the author of Reawakening Virtues.
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