Re "National security adviser calls search for war czar urgent" [story April 13]: I thought we already had a commander-in-chief. Can't the "decider" get his own staff to work together? I would think the dread of getting a call from the president would alone be enough to spur cooperation.
Or is the administration looking for a scapegoat? Is the administration so dysfunctional that it must outsource its responsibilities?
It is time for our leader to step up to the plate and act presidential -- take responsibility, really make decisions and see to it that they are carried out, and if he can't, then he should resign.
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