Michael Walsh, yesterday:
Do President Obama’s advisers realize they’ve got him frittering away the last political asset he has left?
As unpopular as the president’s policies — and especially his results — have proved, a majority of Americans still like and, somehow, even trust him personally. But his new political strategy is based on a manuever that even fellow Democrats see as transparently cynical.
VodkaPundit, ten days ago:
But there’s a question here Smith didn’t bother himself with. And that is: Can Obama keep his personal popularity after going from “hope and change” to “Rottweiler-in-cheif.” That’s a tough act to pull off. In fact, I can’t think of any President who’s managed to do it.
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