Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Leaders Who Lead vs Leaders Who Talk

There are leaders and then there are leaders.
Some lead by the old "do as I say, not as I do" methodology and others lead by example.
For example, treating the office of President with respect and dignity instead of using it as a hammer and sword to further your personal ambitions or to help your political party get an edge.
Here is an example of leadership even in knowing when to step back.

From TMRO:
Former President George W. Bush says he won't criticize President Barack Obama because Obama "deserves my silence,"
and says he plans to write a book about the 12 toughest decisions he made in office. Bush's speech Tuesday at a luncheon in Calgary, Alberta was his first since leaving office.

It's too bad Jhimmi Carter and BJ Clinton couldn't restrain themselves even for two seconds after leaving office and continually try to drive the bus from the back seat.
Classless and petty, that's the Democrat(ic) party in a nutshell. Leaders who try to lead from the back of the pack by criticizing those actually doing something up front.

We went from the classless Clinton trailer park jerry springer type President to one who treated the office with respect and now back to one who has no respect for the office. "Welcome back Carter".
I say four years and out for Obama and let him tour the country condemning future leaders with his mentors.
-red stater


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