"Here's one thing I know for certain," Obama told Democratic donors last night in Washington. "The odds of me being re-elected are much higher than the odds of me being elected in the first place."
The president then told the crowd about one supporter's wish for him: "That my next inauguration is warmer than the last one."
Obama prefaced those comments by saying, "I know that, over the last couple of months, there have been Democrats who voiced concerns and nervousness about, well, in this kind of economy ... aren't these just huge headwinds in terms of your re-election?"
If Obama is re-elected, I too hope it would be warmer, that's the only way a second inauguration for this guy could be remotely bearable.
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