President Obama Should Learn From Governor Walker's Leadership

President Barack Obama faces a broad array of challenges, from slow economic growth and high unemployment to emerging international crises.  He is under mounting pressure to show leadership.

But all of these weighty national and international burdens have not prevented Obama from sticking his nose into a purely state matter.

Instead of concentrating on flashpoints in the Middle East or working with Congress to cut the budget and avoid a government shutdown, the commander-in-chief chose to jump in the middle of a budget battle between public unions and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.

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