Sept 26, 2010
The first book about a new administration by Bob Woodward, Washington’s court chronicler, usually promises to be the high watermark for an incoming commander-in-chief.
Perhaps the most revealing aspect of the coverage of it is that the White House is so delusional it seems to think their man has come out of it rather well. In fact, Woodward’s book will further damage Obama and could not have come at a worse time.
A CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll finds him at an all-time low of 42 per cent approval, against 54 per cent who disapprove.
Obama has even lost Shepard Fairey, the man who created the iconic red and blue “Hope” poster of Obama’s visage. Those who elected Obama, he said this week, feel cheated. “They wanted somebody who was going to fight against the status quo and I don’t think that Obama has done that.”
This article was posted: Sunday, September 26, 2010 at 4:33 am