American Elephants

What is “Expertise” And Is It Useful? by The Elephant's Child
November 27, 2021, 3:48 pm
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Oh, ha, ha, ha! Headline, “Biden to Increase U.S. Oil Lease Fees 50% While Accusing ‘Big Oil‘ of Anti-competitive Price Gouging!” (blissfully unaware, of course). He accused oil companies of “artificially increasing prices through illegal and anti-competitive actions.” What’s the line? “Let’s Go Brandon?”

Before being president, and a vice president, Mr. Biden was a U.S. senator for something like 36 years, so his failure to understand how the U.S. government works seems a little preposterous, but there you go. His cratering approval numbers are therefore somewhat unsurprising.

The team he has appointed to support him has no expertise in the fields which they have been appointed to lead. Kamala has no expertise in immigration, Raimondo has no expertise for commerce, Becerra has no expertise for health and Buttigieg has no expertise in transportation, though he did say he likes riding on trains.

Unfortunately, the supply-chain problem has arisen in transportation and demonstrates Buttigieg’s complete lack of any ideas about what do. But never fear, he wants to move on from transportation to become the first gay president, another office for which he is completely unprepared and unqualified.

Just saw another new list of the nation’s governors, ranking them for their success in managing their states (a quick search would probably turn it up, which might help in the future as most presidents have formerly been governors.) We’re apt to get better presidents if they have some useful previous experience, but the closest thing we have to offer is governorships. Haven’t had any corporate CEOs as presidents as yet, but they might have better ideas about how to manage.

Donald Trump did have a lot of valuable experience, but the Left was so consumed with “Trump Derangement Syndrome” that they had no idea nor understanding of what he actually accomplished, which was pretty amazing.

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