Many politicos are dismayed with President Barack Obama’s decision to side with Wisconsin public unions in their conflict with GOP Gov. Scott Walker. Joe Scarborough
, host of “Morning Joe” on MSNBC is one of them.
“Over the last seven days, the Badger State has given Americans a glimpse of their past and a look into their uncertain future. And in both of those frames, Barack Obama seems strangely out of focus,” Scarborough, a former Republican congressman from Florida, writes on Politico
“Americans are hungry for real leadership. That’s why a Republican like Chris Christie and a Democrat like Andrew Cuomo are being rewarded for stepping up in this time of crisis. The president, on the other hand, is stepping back and tearing a page out of George W. Bush’s playbook. If he continues to ignore the shifting of political winds, Obama may soon find himself aligned with his biggest political supporters — but this time on the wrong side of history.”
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