May 8, 2014
"One of the finest examples of exquisitely nunanced shilly-shallying I’ve ever read."
The supposed dose of reality comes with the recognition that Obama has committed “significant missteps,”
although that’s tempered by the unsupported notion that they are “few” in number. Well, everybody makes mistakes, don’t they? The rest of the problem for Obama is, according to the Times, a combination of just plain bad luck (unnamed “circumstances beyond his control”); the fault of others noticing his own wonderfulness (“unreasonable expectations”—presumably expectations for Obama and not by Obama); his calm character, heretofore considered a good thing, but which the Times admits can be “maddening.”neo-neocon: The Times struggles to keep on propagandizing in the face of the harsh realities of Obama's foreign policy
Posted by gerardvanderleun at May 8, 2014 6:14 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.
"♪♪ Idiot wind from the Grand Coulee Dam to the Capitol... It's a wonder we can even feed ourselves ♪♪." - Dylan
Posted by: Denny at May 8, 2014 8:19 AM