Ezra Klein writes of Obama’s speech, “The speech was good. Not great. But then, it couldn’t be a great speech because this is not the time for great speeches.” No, it isn’t the time for great speeches, but it is the time for a $170 million inauguration. As I asked in my column on the main site: “Are we to believe that if Obama knocked it out of the ballpark, the media would say it was too showy and inappropriate for the occasion?”
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