Thursday, September 17, 2009
More than he can chew?
As the health care issue begins to crumble around the president's feet; as we watch the economy and unemployment continue to have bleak forecasts; as our soldiers continue to fight and die in an Iraqi war he promised would end upon his taking his oath; and as he struggles with the political reality that his unprecedented popularity is waning severely as he enters just his 10th month in office, can we ask (without being called racist) has this man undertaken too much? Would he – and the country – be better served if he told the American public: "We must not put on the brakes, but we must now take our foot off the gas, so that we can successfully negotiate the curves ahead. If we rush the process on any one of the dire issues facing America today, we risk missing a curve and speeding head-on into disaster."?
Posted by Michael Sanborn at 11:52 AM