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There are certain things in life that are simply inexcusable, blowing your nose at the dinner table, or picking that same nose in public, they’re simply unacceptable.

In politics slamming you’re opponent and being misleading may not be ethical, however it’s expected. However even within the rough and ethically challenged world of politics, there is that invisible line that once crossed, you emerge a statesman, a man (or woman) for all seasons.

And if you reach the mountain top, the presidency, then you’re expected to act like the “Commander-in Chief” and not like a two-bit cheesy politician, especially when our national security is at risk and Americans a lying dead in their own blood.

Yet in the wake of the worst attack on the homeland since 9/11, by a deranged Islamic terrorist President Obama stood silent, when he should have reached out personally to those families and public officials in the eye of the storm, and especially to Florida Governor Rick Scott rather than his usual self-serving attempt to scrub clean the facts and instigate a food fight with Trump.

However within all of Obama’s self-inflicted drama, President Bush took up the mantel as “Commander-in-Chief” recalling that moment when he stood on top of a crumbled fire truck at “Ground Zero” this time reaching out to Gov. Scott and the people of Florida.

When asked by Brian Kilmeade on Fox News’ “Fox and Friends” on Tuesday, if Obama spoke directly to anyone Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi expressed her disappointment with the White House.


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