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May 28, 2010

Re: Barack Obama and the Limits of Government

Topics: Political News and commentaries

Peter Wehner suggests that our Narcissist-in-Chief (my words, not his) -- who was hypercritical of administrations when he wasn't chief executive -- shouldn't be shocked if he is held to the same standard he used for others:

Governing seemed so much easier when Obama was a senator rather than the president, when he could go on Sunday-morning talk shows and highlight failures here, there, and everywhere. Now that he is president and has stumbled so badly on so many different issues, broken so many different commitments, and made so many false claims, one might hope that he has been humbled a bit. But I imagine that hope is a fantastic one, given who it is we are dealing with.
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Obama humbled? Not a chance; he's already back to blaming Bush.

Posted by Richard at May 28, 2010 10:01 AM



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