Americans are waking up to the fact that they have elected a weak, indecisive president at a time in history when America needs a strong leader, whether it be because of our economic woes or the upheaval throughout the world. Either way, Obama doesn't have a clue what to do, and those Ivy League advisors of his are in way over their heads, as well.
Think how far we've come since the days after Obama's 2008 victory when the public so naively believed that better days were ahead under our new charismatic president. It turns out that there is more to running this nation than having strong oratory skills.
Too bad Americans didn't notice that Obama had NO experience--nada, zip; the man hadn't run anything--not so much as a lemonade stand. Elections sure do have consequences, and man, are we witnessing that.
And guess what? The Europeans are taking notice, as well.
Read from Gateway Pundit:
UK Paper: Is Obama the Weakest President in History?
"Finally… The world breaks out of its Kool-Aid induced stupor…
It only took international media two years to realize that Barack Obama is a very weak and indecisive president in a very dangerous world. Maybe someday our own media will catch up.
The Express reported:
'INEFFECTUAL, invisible, unable to honour pledges and now blamed for letting Gaddafi off the hook. Why Obama’s gone from ‘Yes we can’ to ‘Er, maybe we shouldn’t’…
Let us cast our minds back to those remarkable days in November 2008 when the son of a Kenyan goatherd was elected to the White House. It was a bright new dawn – even brighter than the coming of the Kennedys and their new Camelot. JFK may be considered as being from an ethnic and religious minority – Irish and Catholic – but he was still very rich and very white. Barack Obama, by contrast, was a true breakthrough president. The world would change because obviously America had changed.
Obama’s campaign slogan was mesmerisingly simple and brimming with self-belief: “Yes we can.” His presidency, however, is turning out to be more about “no we won’t.” Even more worryingly, it seems to be very much about: “Maybe we can… do what, exactly?“ The world feels like a dangerous place when leaders are seen to lack certitude but the only thing President Obama seems decisive about is his indecision. What should the US do about Libya? What should the US do about the Middle East in general? What about the country’s crippling debts? What is the US going to do about Afghanistan, about Iran?
What is President Obama doing about anything? The most alarming answer – your guess is as good as mine – is also, frankly, the most accurate one. What the President is not doing is being clear, resolute and pro-active, which is surely a big part of his job description. This is what he has to say about the popular uprising in Libya: “Gaddafi must go.” At least, that was his position on March 3.'"