Obama didn’t have any relevant experience needed to be an effective president, and look how that turned out.
Via CNS News:
Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” that the man President Barack Obama picked to be the Ebola response coordinator is a good organizer, and it doesn’t matter that he’s not a health care professional.
“There are health officials – there’s myself. There’s the CDC. There are others. You don’t need to be a health care person. You need to be somebody who is a good organizer, and his experience is extraordinary. He has been chief of staff to a couple of vice presidents, he has a lot of experience,” Fauci said about Ron Klain, dubbed by some as the Ebola czar. [...]
“You don’t see this as something that should have a healthcare professional in charge?” Schieffer asked.
“Not necessarily. There are health officials — there’s myself, there’s the CDC, there are others, you don’t need to be a healthcare person, you need to be somebody who is a good organizer,” Fauci responded.