Couldn't during all those "unofficial" times he could've been working on something officially? I mean, isn't there only "so many hours in a day" to do work? You're saying he's allowed to do frivilous stuff in his "off time", but if he does real work as an "overtime" type thing to make up for some slightly less needed, but still technically, work thing he did earlier that he's "wasting" time?Originally Posted by Kal'Stang
Your logic just doesn't make sense to me.
He can do what he wants during his free time, unless its work related, in which case it must be judged on how useful and needed it is, even though its work related which immedietely puts it at a higher priority work wise than any non-work stuff he'd be doing in his unofficial time.
I'm guessing you mean increases moral rather than morality as I'm unsure how inviting sports players to the white house after winning a championship improves "Morality".Originally Posted by Kal'Stang
And, if that's the case...
Is it not a boost to the morale to have the Olympics, an event occuring every 4 years that the entire world watches and puts your country on display, hosted here in the U.S.?
Were you equally critical of Bush since he invited every sports team that won a major championship in the United States to the white house, routinely went out mountain biking, and did numerous other things that I described above and those I didn't, all while we had a war going on for the past 8 years. Did you go on message boards speaking about his judgement and his commitment and other things to the troops, or did you remain silent in judging him on those issues?