(Editor’s Note:  This IS the video that needs to go viral as a very savvy businesswoman cuts through the politically correct verbage and very succinctly calls Obama and this administration out on their epic failure to ‘lead this country to success’.)

Neil Cavuto interviewed Soapworks’s founder and CEO, Amilya Antonetti today about America’s credit downgrade and Barack Obama’s lack of leadership skills.   She starts this segment with the advice that ‘cash is king’, that ‘everything that everybody is going to tell me is going to be a lie’, that the political class is going to try to manipulate the business community into taking risk even though the business community has been warning of a downgrade for well over a year, and then the interview really heats up when she demands that Obama apologize to the American people for his pathetic leadership.  She then passionately explains what a true leader is and does.

“I apologize.  I apologize because I did not lead this country to success.  He’s not going to be known as the first black president, he’s going to be known as the president who had a downgrade; that’s what he’s going to be known for.

Doesn’t matter; I inherit a mess every day as the CEO of my company.  Every day I inherit a mess.  That is my job title; to fix problems.  To get people to work together in harmony for one common goal.  He can’t get the people in the White House.  I don’t care if you are a red or blue, your job is to make people work together in harmony for one common goal.  The common goal is that this country is a safe, secure country to come to; this is the ‘American Dream’.  WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO OUR COUNTRY?  Get these people together, not on vacation, and get them around the table, and come up with a plan; understand how you build a plan, what is the plan, what are the steps, how are we going to get there.  Why can’t you put together a plan?


Amilya Antonetti Schools Obama On His Epic Fail At Leadership

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