I see the sadness and worry that’s creasing his face,” she said to a crowd of about 500 at the Pasadena luncheon organized by the Southern California Women For Obama. She described his [work] ethic as “tireless,” according to pool reports.
“He reads every word, every memo, so he is better prepared than the people briefing him,” she said. “This man doesn’t take a day off.”
Sounds like Obama, the college professor, ought to be briefing the briefers. But I digress.
This whining might be interesting had it come from another source. “Interesting,” but not close enough to the truth, however, to even be in the same solar system.
I’m glad that Obama is “tireless.” Given his attempts to “lead from behind,” it must take real energy to find yet new ways to pretend that the United States is no more important on the world stage than, say, Portugal.
As for “This man doesn’t take a day off,” one supposes that the 71 rounds of golf our Community-Organizer-in-Chief has played since taking office don’t count as “days off.”
The presidency is a hard job; the best of them won’t please everyone. We’ve got the worst of them, at least in my lifetime, although Obama might have to share that dishonor with Jimmy Carter.