Yeah, but he refused to 'get' Bin Laden twice...then he had 'the guts' on the third opportunity. It required Hillary to insist they plan the attack. I can't help but wonder if turning down the first opportunities might have had something to do with the political consequences. You've got it backward, Squid. The government belongs to US.
Yes, it was "empty." Yes, it lacked substance. And yes, it was riddled with falsehoods.
But the real problem wasn't the text of the President's speech. It was the persona of the person delivering it.
Gone was the inspiring, optimistic, hopeful leader of 2008 -- replaced by a hectoring, angry person who seemed determined to squander whatever reservoir of "likability" he has left. Chin held high and body language defiant, he seemed ready for a fight . . . but not on behalf of the tens of millions who remain unemployed, but against those who have the...
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