Does a policy advocating "leading from behind" accomplish anything beyond continued spending with little control of the amount or goal? Is a president (commander-in-chief) with more concern to working with the U.N. than the U.S. Congress a leader our military can respect if God forbid we become involved in more armed conflict?
Has a leader of any other nation gone all over the world apologizing for his nation's shortcomings? Or are we to believe if nations are involved in "income distribution" they don't have any need for apology?
Every elections year the establishment promotes the candidate it feels it can control so "business as usual" occurs regardless what party is in control. I'd love the opportunity to vote for a candidate those in charge oppose. Best prospect right now? Newt Gingrich.