A couple of weeks back, I was in a second hand bookstore near the Old South Meeting House and bought a 2010 book by Richard Wolffe titled Revival: The Struggle for Survival Inside the Obama White House and have just finished reading it. Much of the book dealt with the passage of Obamacare. I feel the need to remind myself of the level of Obama worship in the liberal media and to put things into historical perspective. Consider this passage:
Obama had now served as president for fourteen months, which was still only two-thirds of the time he spent campaigning for the job. He was already a war president utterly unlike George W. Bush and a health care president utterly unlike Bill Clinton. He aspired to have the impact of a Reagan and avoid the fate of a Carter. He wound down a war like a Nixon but hoped to inspire like a Kennedy. There would be many cruel months ahead, but he had stumbled his way through the wasteland. This was the season of his revival.
Well, that season has long since passed. Obama threatens to make Carter look like beacon of competence by comparison.
Is it any wonder I found this book in the $1 bin?
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