Monday, January 16, 2012

Recommended Reading

Andrew Sullivan, with whom I agree just as often as I disagree, makes a pretty compelling case for how effective President Obama has been at playing the political long game to get his agenda items enacted -- even if he doesn't always take the bows. And while the old "He's playing chess while everyone else is playing checkers" defense of Obama isn't exactly a new one, Sullivan does manage to give it some actual weight with some of the examples he cites.

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