Can you imagine the CEO of Ford Motor Company, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs at an interview and stating to his potential employer that one of their major problems is being messy and disorganized? Or anyone for that matter saying these things at an interview. And this isn’t the only time he said it. For some reason, I recall a different time he said it, but couldn’t find the clip. It shows how brazen he is and thinks its ok to say this. How naïve Americans are to think this is anything than a community organizer.
“My greatest strength, I think, is the ability to bring people together from different perspectives, to get them to recognize what they have in common and to move people in a different direction,” said Obama in 2008.
“And as I indicated before, my greatest weakness, I think, is when it comes to — I’ll give you a very good example. I ask my staff never to hand me paper until two seconds before I need it, because I will lose it. (Laughter.) You know. The — you know. And my desk in my office doesn’t look good. I’ve got to have somebody around me who is keeping track of that stuff. And that’s not trivial. I need to have good people in place who can make sure that systems run. That’s what I’ve always done. And that’s why we’ve run not only a good campaign but a good U.S. Senate office.”