Whenever he talks about the economy, Obama sounds like he's trying to explain to a professor why his term paper is late.
Yesterday’s speeches in Galesburg, Ill., and Warrensburg, Mo., marked the President’s 382nd pivot to the economy. He gave another today in Jacksonville. Don’t worry if you missed the droning affairs, because you’ve heard them 381 times before. An hour-plus fusillade of shouldas, wouldas and couldas if it weren’t for those meddling Republicans.
But what is more concerning than the speeches’ gaseous impotence was the president’s troubling security priorities.