The Peter Principle:
“In a Hierarchy Every Employee Tends to Rise to His Level of Incompetence.” It’s a concept put forward by Dr. Laurence J. Peter and Raymond Hull in their 1969 book The Peter Principle, whereby an employee, sooner or later, is promoted to a position at which they are no longer competent. (I.E. Their “level of incompetence”).
Obama is a case study in The Peter Principle. His behavior, immaturity, inexperience, incompetence, and the ‘above his pay grade’ deficiency, has the world’s malefactors laughing their asses off and some of his adoring minions shaking their heads in disbelief.
His addlebrained response to the Christmas Day Northwest Airlines Flight 253 “crotch bomber”, is characteristic of his entire “so what?” approach to terrorism. DHS Chief Janet Napolitano further showed the ignorance of the regime by claiming “the system had worked.” After three days of silence, Mr. “cool on display” finally interupted his Hawaiian vacation to trivialize the incident as “allegedly” the work of an “isolated extremist.” His reaction to the terrorist attack by a muslim U.S. Army Major who killed 13 fellow Soldiers at Ft. Hood was, “don’t jump to conclusions”.
American presidents do not pander to despots. They don’t bow to heads of Islamofascist states. They don’t go on apology tours to ingratiate themselves to “allies” who bristled at America’s lead in the war against Islamic aggression—while the rest of the world chose to criticize from the sidelines. They don’t defer to the U.N. They don’t renege on strategic missile agreements. And they damned sure don’t weaken America’s position in the world.
His scatterbrained handling of foreign policy, inept approach to the war on Islamofascism, and his Marxist abuse of our economy, is fucked up beyond belief.
His fans wanted a messsiah; a liberal savior who was supposed to be ‘the smartest guy in the room’.
What they got— inflicted on the rest of us—is a narcissistic, socialist empty suit, and a spoiled brat.