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iCan'tWait

Nightmare No. 1

Yeah, Joe, that's what some of us are afraid of:

At an inaugural reception last night, Vice President Joe Biden praised President Obama for his first term and welcomed America to his second.

[. . .]

“I want you to know something else about this guy Barack Obama — he’s just getting started,” Biden added. “He’s just getting started.”

The only good news came as a reminder I heard on one of the talk shows yesterday. The president loses most of his influence in the second half of the second term as people start ignoring him and start jockeying for the next election. So if we can just get through the next 18 months . . .

Comments

Andrew Jarosh
Mon, 01/21/2013 - 1:18pm

Thank god u r in the minority of Obama fraidy cats. As I look at the inauguration and the sea of diverse faces and viewpoints, all I can sayis I am so proud of my country.

Tim Zank
Tue, 01/22/2013 - 9:32am

Leo notes  "The president loses most of his influence in the second half of the second term as people start ignoring him and start jockeying for the next election."    While historically true, it may not be the case with President Idol. The press and virtually all media show no signs of letting go of their love affair with all things Obama and progressive in general.

 

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