lacking judgment

See: imprudent
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But the wide respect he garnered internationally for his role in crafting the G-20 response to the global financial crisis did not help with his local colleagues, who saw him as too often incommunicative, obsessive, and lacking judgment in setting policy priorities.
As the differences between the main parties on how to tackle the economic downturn deepened, Chancellor Alistair Darling accused the Tories of lacking judgment.
It was a disastrous decision to go to war, lacking judgment, wisdom and foresight by Bush and Blair, who wouldn't listen to good advice because they thought they had the answers to everything.