It appears to be only a matter of time before Maureen Dowd and the rest of the New York Times collective mind demand Obama’s withdrawal from the 2012 presidential campaign:
The White House team is flailing — reacting, regrouping, retrenching. It’s repugnant. After pushing and shoving and caving to get on TV, the president’s advisers immediately began warning that the long-yearned-for jobs speech wasn’t going to be that awe-inspiring.
“The issue isn’t the size or the newness of the ideas,” one said. “It’s less the substance than how he says it, whether he seizes the moment.”
The arc of justice is stuck at the top of a mountain. Maybe Obama was not even the person he was waiting for.
Hell hath no fury like a Democratic Party sensing their newly regained White House slipping away… to the Third Bush.