Obama and his Cabinet are not qualified to run the government

March 01, 2013

Any manager working in private business has, most likely more than once, made cost reductions. When doing so, they try to achieve the savings with the smallest impact on the central business of the company.

Listening to members of President Obama's Cabinet and others in his administration talk about the upcoming very small percentage reductions in spending, it is apparent they are doing the exact opposite ("Obama is lying about the sequester" Feb. 27). Small reductions mean an end to essential services. They are merely showing that they are not qualified to run the large organizations in their charge.

Ray Lichty, Cockeysville

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