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Obama tells Univision: "No, I can't"

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Don, Sep 20, 2012.

  1. Don

    Don Well-Known Member
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    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0912/81470.html?hp=t1_3

    So the president admits he can't change things from "inside" Washington.

    Is this a potentially ominous statement? Or an early admission that re-election efforts aren't going well? (coupled with the 'retirement' property being readied in Hawaii at least a full year ahead of schedule) Or simply a lowering of expectations, vice his high-powered "hope and change" message last election?
     
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    I'm skeptical that things are going as well as reported for BO's campaign. Things like this reinforce my doubts.
     
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    Also- It must make him and his handlers nervous on some level that it was a major Spanish-language network that wasn't pitching him softball questions, if I understand the nature of the interview correctly.
     
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    Most likely has his eye on the UN chief opening. Watch if he and Romney are not major players in ushering in the new age.
     
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