Good grief: Team Obama has apparently decided that the best way to respond to its myriad woes is to re-enter campaign mode (if, in fact, they ever truly left it for governing). The essential Jennifer Rubin at Commentary's blog Contentions has a short take on this decision and its consequences. Click on the title of this post to read her. MC liked the following from it:
"What is wrong with the Obama presidency is not a botched communication strategy (although the president himself has become a bore and whines too much). The core problems are Obama’s insistence on a radical domestic agenda, pursuit of dangerous and unpopular national-security policies, and the absence of a chief executive who is practiced and skilled in governance. And, honestly, acting more like a candidate and less like the president isn’t going to help matters."