Michael Medved has a great post about our campaigning president:
"President Obama's plea to "keep believing that change is possible" might seem appropriate from an insurgent candidate or activist outsider long excluded from the corridors of power, but it sounds bizarre coming from the chief executive.
Obama can't credibly pose as protester rather than president.
But he keeps trying, nevertheless."
Is that something or what?
It gets worse, specially when you hear Pres BO's latest attacks on The US Chamber of Commerce.
What's that all about?
The WSJ has a great editorial today about the Obama Administration's "Chicago-tactics":
"Faced with electoral repudiation as the public turns against their agenda, Democrats are unleashing government power to silence their political opponents.
Where are the civil libertarians and all of those who are always complaining about restrictions on free speech?
You will hear a lot about Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Karl Rove and so on.
You will not hear a Dem in a competitive election support BO-Care, the Arizona lawsuit or about closing GITMO.