Really? Five years in and now he’s asking?
On the right, we were asking in 2007-08 if this community organizing, guest lecturing, junior no-show senator had the executive experience to lead the nation — or even just to run the White House.
We asked it again when Obama tapped Joey “The Teeth” McHairplugs for Veep because of his “gravitas.”
We asked it again when Obama’s endless speeches failed to move the needle on health insurance reform.
We asked it again when Obama’s signature law, ObamaCare, was cobbled together in backroom deals by Harry Reid and twisted through the House by Nancy Pelosi, and with precious little input from its so-called author.
We asked it after his Cairo speech.
We asked it after Fast & Furious.
We asked it again after his stimulus failed to stimulate.
We asked it again after he got “shellacked” in the 2010 midterms.
We asked it again during the debt ceiling talks.
We asked it again after Solyndra and all his other green energy failures.
We asked it after his “reset” with Moscow.
We asked it again when he announced his surge-with-an-expiration-date for Afghanistan.
We asked it again when he failed to negotiate a Status of Forces agreement with Iraq.
We asked it again when he “led from behind” in Libya.
We asked it again after four Americans died alone in Benghazi.
We asked it again and again about Syria.
We asked it again when he blamed the sequester he proposed himself, on the GOP.
We asked it again after his “rogue” IRS was revealed to be targeting conservative groups.
We asked it again when he couldn’t get 5,000 loving Berliners to show up for his big speech.
We asked it again after his own executive branch couldn’t, in three years, make the employer mandate work.
We ask it every single day about jobs.
We’re still asking it about Keystone.
We’re asking it right now, as he gives yet another series of useless speeches, this time on how he’s really, truly going to fix the economy for sure.
But what I’d like to ask Ron Fournier is: Where the hell have you been these last five years?