Wednesday, February 4, 2009
Obama has recently proven he's not perfect, especially when it comes to cabinet appointments and he may have a lousy bailout plan, if the Republicans in Congress are right (although they haven't much credibility based on the last 8 years), but at least he's getting some things right. He's reversing some of W's most stupid decisions, especially ones that pandered to the Fundies or were unconstitutional and he's obviously been working his butt off since day one. The most refreshing thing I have heard from the new Prez is the statement "It was totally my fault". After eight long years of verbal acrobatics by the last administration to avoid accepting blame for anything, we finally have an adult in the White House who's willing to acknowledge mistakes and then try to fix them.
Posted by The Empirical Infidel at 5:55 PM