It seems that you would want to work at finding people to fill the cabinet positions before you start filling czar positions. Why is he putting questionable characters in czar positions, yet leaving unfilled positions in his own cabinet?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:19 PM on Oct. 7, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by waldorfmom at 10:05 PM on Oct. 7, 2009
Answer by LoriKeet at 9:21 PM on Oct. 7, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 9:26 PM on Oct. 7, 2009
I get that LoriKeet, I just wonder if it's easier for him to publicly pay back his supporters by putting them in gratuitous positions for which they are not qualified, only to let it back fire on him? or would it be easier to find someone that might actually have a chance to do some positive work in government that would also pass the muster of the vetting process (perhaps this is the part where it gets tricky)? I mean, he knows people are watching him constantly and with a microscope. His Teflon suit is wearing thin and when it all wears away he will only be left with the thin skin that he has. I would think letting Congress take the heat for approving someone that turns up as questionable would be the more Teflon Protective way to go.
Answer by Anonymous at 9:28 PM on Oct. 7, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 9:29 PM on Oct. 7, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 9:31 PM on Oct. 7, 2009
I believe all Cabinet positions have been filled. http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/cabinet/
As far as the Czar stuff, maybe you should read an unbiased source so you know what (and who) the Czars are, and who calls them that. Here is a list of them. http://www.factcheck.org/UploadedFiles/Czars.pdf Check out the article, it is very informative.http://factcheck.org/2009/09/czar-search/
Answer by stacymomof2 at 9:43 PM on Oct. 7, 2009
Answer by LoriKeet at 9:47 PM on Oct. 7, 2009
Answer by lovinangels at 10:56 PM on Oct. 7, 2009
Answer by Crissy1213 at 12:45 AM on Oct. 8, 2009
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