Priorities often come into play on weekends, with those “honey do” lists and other projects which fall on the weekend. So as you sip another cup of coffee before heading out to that big box home fix-it repair and improvement store let’s take a look at priorities.
President Obama has a favorite phrase he utters in his all to infrequent press conferences, “our number one priority,” is worked into the crisis or topic of the day in his reality. Since 2009 number one priorities have included;
“One in 10 Americans still can’t find work. That’s why creating jobs has to be our number one priority in 2010.”
“Here’s what I said, was that our number one priority was stopping the economic contraction.”
“Keeping the American people safe.”
“To grow the economy and create jobs.”
In total, Obama has had his stated “number one priorities,” overlapping or in direct conflict with one another.
How about choosing one, “number one priority,” and working on that one until it’s completed to the satisfaction of those it’s designed to assist?