Private Sector Experience Not Needed


Not in the Obama administration, at least.

We’re nearly a year into our latest presidential experiment. After our 8-year “let’s see what happens when we turn the government over to a teenager” approach (we call that the “Clinton Administration”), and another 8-year experiment we can label “let’s see what happens when we turn the government over to a ‘conservative’ who doesn’t see the redundancy between ‘compassionate’ and ‘conservative’” (the semi-disaster we call the “Bush II Administration”), we’re now hip-deep into the “let’s see what happens when we turn the government over to an utterly inexperienced leftist” experiment. Thankfully, the president’s poll numbers are dropping like a rock; after my shock that any American would vote for such a woefully-underqualified man for president, maybe the polls help restore a smidgen of my faith in the American public–but I digress…the point of this post is to ask you to go and look at a graphical representation of the lack of private sector experience of Comrade Obama’s cabinet appointees, in comparison with the other presidents since Teddy Roosevelt. Hint: the difference between this one, and all the rest, is stark and scary.

No wonder we’re getting the “solutions” we’re being offered…


One response to “Private Sector Experience Not Needed”

  1. The 8-year “let’s see what happens when we turn the Government over to a teenager” experiment.

    Do you think Chelsea did a bad job of running your country?

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