Tuesday, July 8, 2008

This Man Says He is Qualified to Run the US Government

Two quotes from today's New York Times say it all:

"Senator John McCain’s campaigns have long been defined by internal squabbling and power plays, zigzagging lines of command and a penchant by the candidate for consulting with former advisers without alerting current ones, always a recipe for disquiet."

"Mr. McCain is uncomfortable firing people or banishing them entirely. His orbit remains filled with people who have been demoted without being told they are being demoted, like Mr. Davis, who continues to hold the title of campaign manager even as Mr. Schmidt manages the campaign."

I have said it before and I will say it again. If he can't manage his campaign and his people, how can he manage the United States Government? If he is uncomfortable firing people, how can he brag about his success in running a Naval outfit? One has to wonder.

1 comment:

Doug Robertson said...

Let's hope more than one actually wonders.