How come this rag can’t go the way of NEWSWEEK and disappear from the shelves?
America debated and decided this year: history would not record Obama’s presidency as a fluke.
So after his staff arrived, he left his family in the main room of the suite and stepped out to talk with his three top advisers, Axelrod, political strategist David Plouffe and Jim Messina, his campaign manager. He wanted to tell them what this victory meant, because it was very different the second time. “This one’s more satisfying than ’08,” he said. “It wasn’t just about what I was going to do as President. It’s what I’ve done.”
Ballooned the debt and kept unemployment high, to mention just two notable accomplishments.
Come on, Barry. Have a smoke. You’ve earned it.