Obama: One And Done?

A blog by Jon Keller

Here is the complete text of the column by Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen in the Washington Post calling – ludicrously in my view – for President Obama to forgo a re-election bid because doing so is “the only way he can make real progress.”

Your view welcome below.

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One Comment

  1. strangelove5 says:

    Did you really put Brady and O’Bummer in the same sentence??? Well, as a Conservative Independent who has voted Repub the last 5 years, I hope the Dems do not listen to Caddell. Now that most independent voters (outside of this nutty state) realize that OBama is a socialist who loves to spend other peoples money and control all aspects of life. He will not make a second term. So please listen to Jon, do not lsten to Caddell – KEEP OBama in. Seriously though Clinton would make the better candidate

  2. taxedout says:

    one and done…….I hope So!!!!

  3. Dadman31 says:

    Two words describe POTUS and his administration – ” Train Wreck “

  4. Snowflake says:

    What difference does it make? No one will ever fix this mess.

    1. mikey says:

      Snowflake nailed it.

  5. Cynic says:

    To me his fatal flaw is his opposition to DADT.

  6. Stephen Stein says:

    Let’s see now… who would be among the first to benefit from such a decision by Obama? Ah, yes – Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen, first in line to be campaign operatives for Democratic Party challengers to Obama!

  7. BostonIrish says:

    Steve-that’s a stretch how??

    Obama will not settle for one term. Bad things tend to happen in threes. Thank god the presidency is limited to two terms. But at the rate the QE is happening, it might as well be three.

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