All this talk about the President not showing "leadership" is just a ploy to get him involved in every detail of governance no matter how big or how small. If he's not giving a press conference on this issue or that one when the GOP insists he should, all he's done is fall right into their hands to find something to hold against him. Notice how no matter what he says there's always something someone within the GOP is critical about. Granted, it happens no matter what party is the incumbant in the White House, but this purposeful political attempt to trip him up at every turn has gotten old. It's beyond time for Congress to do its job, most of all the Republicans in Congress.
As long as Obama plays the “it’s not me, it’s them and Bush” game while trying to convince us he is a great leader, I’ll continue to cap on him.
I asked for a simple example of his leadership and got two examples. The only one that would have been a real example of leadership came from a conservative who was mistaken about what Obama did.
If you think this whole mess is the Republican's fault, I have no choice but to consider you a total homer and view your responses in that light. Try thinking outside the homer box for a change, it can be quite enlightening.
And there's no point in giving you any examples of "leadership" because you just deny it. You still haven't explained why Obama's calling out of the "professional left" is not "leadership"
You saidThat statement was about me (personal) and was definitely not meant to flatter (attack)I think you must know a different definition than the one in the dictionary.
If you think that Obama is a "brave" politician, then make your case.
If you think Obama has shown any bravery on this issue, make your case