America’s CEO

If Obama were the CEO of a private company, writes George Mason University economist Don Boudreaux, “he would be sued, publicly lambasted by all the major media, perhaps hauled before an admittedly grandstanding Congressional committee, and possibly prosecuted, convicted, fined, or even imprisoned for fraudulent misrepresentation.”

Obama’s bogus claims pile up – Opinion – The Boston Globe

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9 Responses to America’s CEO

  1. Traitor In Chief says:

    …..or uh, Waterboarded as a saboteur enemy combatant. Find out who he’s really working for.

  2. Hew Manatee says:

    If Obama were the CEO of a private company
    This assumes, of course, that someone who is completely unqualified, and lacking in any managerial experience whatsoever, would be appointed as CEO – purely on the basis of his promise to give away all of the assets of the company to anyone who shows up with their hands out.

    • Andy Oz says:

      The Board would have serious questions to answer from the shareholders. And he’d be investigated by the SEC for corrupt activities and banned from taking any directorships. But he’s not a CEO. Obama is the POT in PoTUS and US voters are the sucker shareholders. Quite apt for a choom head.

  3. Mike D says:

    These news outlets who are only now saying this, when there were plenty of significant lies before the election should still lose market share and disappear. I believe many are just simply trying to save big government liberalism by distancing it from this colossal failure now. They’ll want the Democrats to steer towards the middle, con the very forgiving public, then come right back with more government as the solution to every problem, including the Obamacare failures.

  4. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Too bad you can’t Perp walk a POTUS.

  5. Pathway says:

    Waterboarding, I vote yes.

  6. Don Boudreaux blogs at http://cafehayek.com – excellent economic insight.

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