Skip to comments.Bachmann's inexperience
Posted on 07/13/2011 4:57:47 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
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She can’t be any more inexperienced than 0.
Not according to the recent polls. Voters in IA and NH don’t seem to care that she has less “experience” than Mittens and T-Paw.
It is, but does the author really think that means conservatives will just go to Romney?
He fails to mention Cain...
And if “experience” is going to be the deciding factor then it will be a problem for Palin too. Mittens, T-Paw and Perry all have more “experience” than she does.
I have more executive experience and foreign policy credentials than Mr. Obama. So do many others here and elsewhere. Do we want more OJT?
She has a private business. That is executive exprience far more relevant than being a career politician. Moreover, the President sets policy. Implementation is at the Department level. The issue is principles, not some bogus notion that “experience” as a politician is the sine qua non of “qualification. In fact, having been a politician for more than a few years with no other significant experience is a presumptive disqualifier.
Did W.W. write a like article concerning the AnointedIdiot’s inexperience? =.=
Doesn't anybody notice the complete mess the cowardly entrenched, "experienced" veteran Republicans like McCain, McConnell, Boehner, et al. have made of their party's cause? Hasn't anybody noticed that it's the youngest, least "experienced" Republicans in the House who are taking the firmest stand?
I’ve noticed. That’s why this issue doesn’t get any traction with me. I’m betting I’m not alone among the American public either.
Character is the most important trait in a president, not what they’ve done for a living.
Carter and Clinton had oodles of executive experience. So did FDR.
Bachmann and her husband own a business. Look I know the lack of experience tag will be hard for her to get around but if that’s going to be the deciding factor in the GOP primaries then I don’t think Palin fares much better. Especially considering she never served a full term as governor. Of course her supporters/KADs will explain away why, but not everyone will buy it.
Every single alternative, whether it be Palin, Bachmann, Perry, Pawlenty, Paul, Cain, Rubio, Santorum, or even freakin’ Romney would be a huge improvement on Obama.
Bachmann’s resume is rather thin with no significant accompishments or record of successfully fighting corruption. Add her associations with Rollins and Tokyo Rove is quite unsettling.
Objectively, “Minnie-me” Bachmann lacks the life experiences and successes - America cannot afford to elect another leader seeking On-the-Job-Training.
I agree with you completely. The problem with 0bama is not that he is inexperienced; it’s that he’s a communist! (and a very effective one at that)
The more time a Republican spends as a career politician, the worse he gets, and the less able to articulate simple, principled positions. That’s the problem with McConnell, Hatch, McCain, etc. We need term limits to clean this permanent ruling class out.
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