To the editor:
Should presidents be permitted to use federal money and personnel for raising funds for his party? Isn't the president supposed to represent all the people? If so, how then can his fundraising be allowed to continue? Once elected, the proper function of the president is to be for all the citizens.
Time and again he showed lack of leadership skills in ensuring that his appointees to various agencies are scrupulous in their adherence of the law. Instead of being a paragon of ethical leadership, he impedes all attempts at rooting out unethical and illegal behavior.
The IRS scandal will not go away. Each week new and damning evidence surfaces to further place unethical actions at the feet of Lois Learner.
The other scandals are maturing as well and will be reconciled in due time.
Now to distract the country from this he is attempting to erase our borders for his own purposes.
The partisan melody he desires to hear, like that from a classical pianist, encourages him to dance like a prima ballerina around the sanctions imposed on his office by the U.S. Constitution.
The failures of President Obama will populate his legacy like a string of tin cans tied to the rear of his limousine. His continued "blamestorming" of the GOP underscores his lack of leadership in creating an atmosphere for both parties to solve the issues that plague the country. His way or the highway attitude should be beneath the office of the presidency. To continue this attitude is not in the best interests of this country.
Joseph L. Kibitlewski, PhD.