Thursday, 15 October 2009

Mandy Chou

One of the most severe critiques is that the nomination came two weeks after Obama became the US president. I think this issue should be measured against the quality of time spent in office rather than the quantity of time.

Wrote Mandy Chou in yesterday's Taipei Times.

I agree with her; the quality of time spent in office is much more important than the quantity of time spent in office. Unlike Mandy Chou, however, I regard the quality of President Obama's time in office as nothing less than one violation after another of basic principles of action that make people human beings rather than depraved monstrosities.

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