Brit Hume: The president seems prepared to let the public suffer almost as much as possible, as long as he can blame somebody else. This is not what we expect of presidents. Presidents, in the end, are supposed to be the people who put on their big boy pants and prepare to shoulder the responsibility. And if they're criticized for using that responsibility, or authority, so be it. But that's what you expect of presidents.
This president seems more inclined to let the chips fall where they may and hit as hard as they might, as long as he thinks he can blame somebody else. It's very unusual for a president. (O'Reilly Factor, March 4, 2013)
America Is becoming a chaotic country -- Brit Hume weighs in with Bill O'Reilly.