noted previously, I was in attendance at the The
American Spectator’s 45th Annual Robert Bartley Gala Dinner at
the Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday night.
The Capital Hilton is only a few blocks away from 1600
Pennsylvania Avenue. After the event, I decided to walk over to the
White House before catching the Metro back to my hotel in
“Why not?”, I thought to myself. After all, I might never get
this chance again.
As I got closer, the more I was in awe. Although I’ve seen the
White House almost on a daily basis, TV does not do justice to its
Needless to say, I am not in awe nor do I admire the man
currently residing there even if he did have his lease renewed for
another four years by the American electorate. You could say that I
have a very dim view of President Obama.
I can only hope that in another four years, there will be as
much brightness on the inside of the White House as there is on the
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Aaron Goldstein writes from Boston, Massachusetts.
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