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Washington Post Dumps on Obama

Posted by Steve Markowitz on June 12, 2012

Earlier today we posted Obama Says “Private Sector is Doing Fine” that included a video showing CNBC’s Candy Crowley throwing attack questions at Obama adviser David Axelrod.  Adding to the mainstream media’s growing dissatisfaction with the President, yesterday the Washington Post included a harsh op-ed about the Administration by Dana Milbank titled Pileup at the White House.  This scathing review included the following comments:

“Job growth has stalled, the Democrats have been humiliated in Wisconsin, the attorney general is facing a contempt-of-Congress citation, talks with Pakistan have broken down, Bill Clinton is contradicting Obama, Mitt Romney is outraising him, Democrats and Republicans alike are complaining about a “cascade” of national-security leaks from his administration, and he is now on record as saying that the “private sector is doing fine.”  Could it get any worse?”

Early Monday morning, Obama learned that it could.  His aides delivered the news to him that his commerce secretary had been cited for a felony hit-and-run after allegedly crashing his car three times over the weekend.”

The Washington Post concluded “In Washington, there is a creeping sense that the bottom has fallen out and that there may be no second term.”  For the Leftist press to come to this conclusion is an indication that the Administration is in full fledge panic.  Finally, this President has something in common with many Americans.


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