The Ironic Presidency

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From Victor Davis Hanson:

One of the many paradoxes of the Obama administration is how its advocacy of various -isms and -ologies tended to discredit them. Similarly, Obama enchanted the media to such a degree that it suspended judgment, which has brought journalists all sorts of embarrassment. When columnists write that they were duped, or politicos call for Obama to step aside for Hillary, or when a once-tingling Chris Matthews unloads on the president, one senses the anger of betrayal, of being seen as naive and even sort of foolish.

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