OBAMA

by Ross Sharp

David Brooks, conservative commentator for The New York Times on May 5, 2010 …

“It seems to me that Obama is handling his role, which ranges from the marginal to the significant, in these events with calm professionalism. He’s active yet not annoying. He’s not taking credit for everything. He’s not creating friction by making any missteps. He is calm, cool and collected.”

Lloyd Grove from The Daily Beast on May 2, 2011 …

“Once he decides who he is and what his mission is, that’s a settled question and he moves forward. He’s someone who has more self-awareness and self-knowledge than most of the people who get to the White House. That stands him in very good stead. He’s also the best writer among recent presidents—also the least egomaniacal. He doesn’t see his entire life or ego being on the line with every decision he makes.”

I like this President very much …

 

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