Sen. Obama, as we all know by now, was a “Community Organizer” in Chicago for a number of years. He and his supporters tell us his experience in performing in such a difficult job qualifies him to be President.
OK. For the sake of discussion, let’s accept this assumption: Being a Community Organizer qualifies one to be President.
That being the case, let’s look at his results with an eye out for the success achieved and what it tells of his methods, ideas, ability to make decisions, and – most of all – his results.
If the job istelf qualifies as experience, as others believe being a Senator or Governor qualifies, then the results tell us how well or poorly the candidate performed in that job, giving us a view into how she or he would perform as President. Obviously we would not want a failed Community Organizer any more than we would want a failed governor or Congressman, so let’s see how he did.
Now that you know how he performed – you can decide.