Obama Could Still Restore His Standing If He Copied Clinton & Abandoned His Unpopular Agenda. But He Won’t.

August 7th, 2010 § 0 comments

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Victor Davis Hanson: Obama: Not the Great Stone Face.

One might say the public has changed its opinion of Obama, but it seems more likely that the public is beginning to see Obama as it finally did Bush. The hard Right always felt about Obama as the hard Left did about Bush, but now independents seem simply to have rechanneled their Bush anger to Obama anger — something that has bewildered Team Obama, who cannot gain any traction by blaming the current malaise on the Bush legacy. Voters apparently don’t see the corrective to Bush’s deficit budgeting in Obama’s yet higher spending and larger government.

Update: A Rather Angry Man.

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