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A More Aggressive Obama Still Won't Make the Grade

gcobre Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 5:55 PM
Has anybody ever wondered why the Clintons are so behind Obama now, even though they dislike each other tremendously? What has changed? What kind of deal did they make, what did Obama promise in return for their support? I looked it up the Constitution and I think I know... He will have Biden step down so he can appoint a new Vice President, who will have to be approved by both houses, easy the Clintons, either one of them, are sure to get the nod!! Bill is itching to get back and for Hillary is would be a stepping stone

As he prepares for the second debate, Obama faces a major dilemma:

how to be more aggressive without jeopardizing his alleged likability, the main thing he supposedly has going for him with voters.

The Barack Obama the public usually sees is not the real Barack Obama. The former is a carefully manufactured media image designed to appear eminently reasonable, highly engaged, ultra-caring, inordinately intelligent and as one who transcends the pettiness that plagues so many politicians. The real Obama is none of those things.

These things wouldn't matter as much if the liberal media hadn't insulated Obama from scrutiny and covered...