Hillary Clinton was betwixt and between on Tuesday, October 16. On the one hand it was National Boss Day, and on the other her job title dictates she take responsibility for the Benghazi attack.
Of course she could have played the blame game, but it looks like her boss has that approach covered.
Boss Day doesn't have to mean always assuming responsibility for other people's mistakes or decisions, including the boss, like The Telegraph says Clinton is doing by defending Obama.
There are lots of bosses in America who actually deserve the day of recognition and should get it.
The president's boss is the voter, and they don't get the chance to fire him on National Boss Day, but on Nov. 6 if they are as unhappy with his performance as much as Clinton's face appeared to be when she sucked it in for her boss, then they can cut him loose.
The Huffington Post has some tips of what to do if the American public, or others, can't stand the boss they have. And they say that as many as two-thirds of people don't like the boss they have.
Or are they considering that not two-thirds of Americans are even employed?
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