David E. Sanger, in the New York Times today, about Obama's decisive actions this week, and his success in passing a meaningful, if weak, financial reform bill:
"This is a clear respite from the theme that Obama had lost control," said David Rothkopf, a former Clinton administration official..."He sent a loud and clear message to the generals about who is in charge. And he has engineered a pivot-point in U.S. economic history, an end, or at least a big change, to the ‘leave it to the markets’ era."
Are you kidding me, David? Do you honestly think that any success that Obama has will ever turn off the Conservative screams that he is an incompetent, corrupt fool? What planet have you been living on the last few decades?
Nothing will turn off their lies and their smears, and the better Obama does, the louder the lies will be.
If you haven't figured that out by now, maybe you'd better get a job delivering pizzas. Of course, maybe you've just taken the lesson of David Weigel to heart (see below) and you know that keeping your job depends on not noticing the abominations that the Republican party cooks up every day.