Good day my friends. As to the former well obviously he is a visionary. As to the latter well obviously he is not. For these purposes, I have discounted any political affiliation and party labels, so as to achieve the bottom line comparison I am attempting without any form of bias and base my admittedly unscientific results on all I have witnessed firsthand. First to Mr. Jobs. He does not say much, but boy can he deliver a product that the world wants and must have. Secondly to President Obama. He says much which at first blush sounds agreeable to most but upon reflection, do not appear to be realistic and border on meaningless. Results are what truly matter and Mr. Jobs now has the 2nd largest market cap firm on the planet at approx. $400 Billion. He consistently surprises as well as delivers. He is obviously a man of actions as opposed to words alone. Most formidable and admirable. As to President Obama, he seems a decent man but his actions don’t square with his words. Truth be told, the numbers don’t lie. With all respect to the President, I believe he is unsure of what it is which makes an economy hum and no doubt those who advise him are equally grabbing at the theoretical. Harken back to February ’09 if you will. We were told if the stimulus package where to pass, jobs abundantly would be created as VP Biden specifically stated that “1500 shovel ready projects” were part of the plan. As the President himself stated recently with a half grin, ” they were not really shovel ready ” The bitter irony was his jobs Czar, Jeff Imelt was laughing. He of GE fame who has exported some 120,000 jobs offshore himsef in the past decade. Whereas GE once had approx. 300,000 U.S. employees, they now count approx 135,000. I doubt Mr. Jobs would hire Mr. Imelt as the performance of GE stock under his reign is off about 60% I could go on endlessy with comparisons but I believe the best solution is to put Mr. Jobs in charge of the budget mess with his talented crew. I would pay them a $100 Billion bonus for the right plan if enacted and I would venture a guess that it would be accomplished prudently and quickly. Let all the politicians take a prolonged vacation, and this would be one hell of a start. Best.