Experience is Overrated
From the Today Show’s Matt Lauer, a question directed to Sarah Palin (as relayed by Brietbart):
Do you think, if Mitt Romney is the nominee, he should choose someone with more experience on the national battlefield than you had at the time?”
Now consider the Lauer question vis-à-vis some comments from Gaffemaster Flash, AKA Vice President Joe Biden:
On Thursday evening, the prominent politician made some curious comments about not wanting “a real job.”
According to press accounts, while praising Chicago’s former Mayor Richard M. Daley and former White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley, Biden told the audience, ”I never had an interest in being a mayor ’cause that’s a real job. You have to produce. That’s why I was able to be a senator for 36 years.”
The conclusion is simple: experience—certainly as it concerns Joe Biden—is overrated.
And when you have the absence of first-rate intellect, temperament, and experience, the results, as seen in the current Administration’s “accomplishments,” can be devastating.
Finally, as for Mr. Lauer, well he coulda been an actor, but he would up here…