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A More Aggressive Obama Still Won't Make the Grade

Stuart95 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 11:11 AM
... "I will not add one dime to deficits", attack on coal power, disproportionate unemployment among minority youth, jerking funding for DC charter schools, unprecedented recess appointments, unilateral abandonment of immigration laws, unilateral abandonment of No Child Left Behind, free Obamacare waivers while they last, 99 weeks of unemployment benefits, 50% increase in food-stamp recipients, non-stop campaigning and fund-raisers, tryth-bending in bin Laden raid, frequency of White House visits by unionists and other lobbyists, "the private sector is doing fine", "you didn't build that", warning from Senate over security leaks, scads of highly paid czars, Wall Street cronyism, bullying SCOTUS in Obamacare vote, world apology tour, schmooz

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...