The Audacity of "Emptiness"
He seems to believe that his shifts and twists and clever panders — as opposed to bold, principled leadership on important matters — will entice large numbers of independent and conservative voters to climb off the fence and run into his yard.
Maybe. But that’s a very dangerous game for a man who first turned voters on by presenting himself as someone who was different, who wouldn’t engage in the terminal emptiness of politics as usual.
Oh no! The Obamessiah is just another politician? What were they thinking?
UPDATE: Right-winger Rich Lowry couldn't agree more.
Let's hear it for bipartisanship!