Beyond Obama's Probationary Period

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Sun, 10 May 2009 11:09:04 GMT  <== Politics ==> 

Butler Shaffer at - an analysis of Obamao's first 100 days. [lew]

But if Barack Obama's role as president is not to dismantle the oppressive and destructive policies of the Bush administration; and if his purpose, in getting elected, was to satisfy the "anybody-but-Bush" sentiments, and to become the first black president, then is it not clear that he has accomplished his agenda? There is no more for the man to do! He fulfilled his tasks the day he took office. Is it not, therefore, timely for him to resign and enjoy the judgment of history as America's most successful president: a man who carried out, as he was being inaugurated, the agenda for which he had been elected?

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