So then please tell us oh sage, what is this guy's experience in project management of this size?
What I want is what Obama SAID HE WOULD DO!
I want competent people who have not been tainted by years of government service.
That was what he at least let people think he would do.
Your question "of this size" is not the correct one since you don't know, or avoid the understanding of his scope in the project. The Rightwing media has decided to make him a whipping boy since he is 31. Fair enough.
But when you listen to the folks who have worked with him, from powerhouse Larry Summers to Hillary Clinton to Rick Wagoner, none of them question his bones. Could it be because they have the experience to know talent that others don't? He was grabbed up for his skillset, whatever it is and his abilities to get work done. Much of that is intangible.
A perfect example is the contrast of Rick Wagoner, former CEO of GM and your whipping boy Brian Deese. Wagoner has an MBA from Harvard and joined GM afterward. He has 33 years of Automotive experience in the very narrow niche of running a Big 3 Automotive company. Yet he managed to run it into the ground. Deese is now picking up the pieces.
You demand Competence, you demand experience, you demand folks who have not been tainted by years of government service.
Obama said he would get the best people for the job. Deese might just be it. A clean slate approach might just be the thing that provides the best solution. Clearly a US industry leader is not right, as they have too many preconceived notions parked in their experience.
You have no clue how or why the decision was made to choose this person yet somehow assume that it is an incorrect decision. Do you draw all of your conclusions in life without benefit of facts or reference?