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WesleySteinbrink Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 12:44 AM
I think it is because most of the main stream media are traditionally democrat. The journalists think that there needs to be good done for people - which is true - but they want the government to do it - which results typically in waste - and extra taxes that no one can afford. The democrats have (as well as Republicans) been going farther and farther left - ever so slowly. The frog in the frying pan syndrome. It is not - or shouldn't be about his skin color (although the main stream media tends to throw the race card way too easily). No, they support him because they believe he is a trustworthy democrat. He has his good points, but they are few and far between. He is far left of most democrats - this needs to be emphasized.

For the next 1,418 days the top issue on the mind of President Barack Obama and his ever-tightening inner circle will involve the six letters: L.E.G.A.C.Y.

Just as years three and four were totally focused on the President's re-election; so the last two years of his second term will be focused on the legacy he leaves behind.

Will it be Jimmy Carter's well-intentioned ineptness? Or FDR's history changing vision?

One thing is for sure: Unless the Democrats win control of the House and maintain control of the Senate Obama's legacy will be an eight-letter word: Gridlock.