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Can Obama Finally Become America's Super Hero?
After Barack Obama snagged the Presidency on the heels of the Bush-era recession, many of us held great expectations for this fast-rising superstar.
Sadly and so far, things have gotten radically "badder," as the President struggles to lead this nation through what may be its worst-ever crisis.
Obama erred horrifically in his initial focus on Obamacare as compared to the more immediate needs of the recession, and now finds himself backed into the proverbial corner by the very same GOP under which this "Great Recession" (or shall we say "Depression", since these two terms mean the same) took root.
Folks, this doesn't leave us with much in the way of choices, other than to hope against hope that our President finally earns his spurs and stands his ground, not only against an extremist Tea Party-infested Republican Party, but also opposing those financial wizards who robbed and continue to rob millions of Americans of billions upon billions of dollars in wealth.
And now, there's more at stake: Either the President becomes a superstar hero and brings America back from the depths of Depression -- no matter what it takes -- or gets steamrolled by gaffe-prone GOP dunderheads, putting the Tea Party in actual, real-time control of the White House. If that happens, you can kiss your comatose and uninsured Uncle Charlie goodbye.
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