So if Obama was a senator, they would give him the same reaction? If it wasn't for the gander of being the president, he would get the same reaction? Just saying, I think the fact that he is President speaks more than he himself.
Your right I don't know him personally. If I met him, who knows I might like him. But I can only go on his actions as president, which in fact is related to his character as well. I don't like how he's handle his position as president. I don't like that majority of his messages to this country have been negative, mostly to get people to agree towards his agendas. He'll claim the economy is getting better after he signs some sort of legislation, yet when the economy turns down he will blame it on republicans and wall street. He never takes blame for anything he does wrong. For 4 years, it was always, Look at what I inherited from the previous administration. All I can think about is, Yea we elected you to fix this stuff, stop blaming the previous guy and get shit done. He had both the house and senate on his side, and he couldn't do SHIT. I mean, if he can even unify a few republicans to get stuff passed when he had two majorities on his side, that is just pathetic.
He's inconsistent with his direction he wants to take this country. A true leader will set forth a unifying goal, a message people can rally around, and not deviate from that message. A leader will bring the best out of the people around him, will raise the level of effectiveness. Like a good football coach, they will bring the best out of their players. A true leader will bridge the gap between the two Political Parties.
Look at Bill Clinton, he got shit done his first term. He was lucky to get re-elected. Then he went more towards the middle, and was able to get a lot of good things passed in his 2nd term. He was able to bring together both Republican and Democrats. He was one of the few presidents who actually didn't go towards his agenda in the 2nd term, usually presidents are more middle ground first term so they can get re-elected. Clinton put his leftism to the side for the betterment of the nation. That is a sign of a Leader.
Though I may not agree with all that Bush has done when he was president, he's 10x the leader than Obama is. At least bush was resolve in his message, at least he was straight forward. He wasn't cloak and daggers like Obama is.
I could care less about the TEA party. I only agree with the fact we need a smaller influencing central government. But I had this position before they were even formed. So just because my position tends to fall towards them, don't associate me with them. They are just stupid in how they go about things.