- - Tuesday, February 24, 2015
President Obama says he will push his agenda harder than ever. That’s his way of saying that we ain’t seen nuthin’ yet.
 
Saying he will “squeeze every last little bit of change” into his final two years in office, Obama bragged to fellow Democrats that his actions will set the course for America for the next ten years. 
 
Obama says his opponents are cynics—that he represents hope and they represent fear.
 
But the hope for millions is that Obama is wrong about that, and that we won’t end up being trapped by his maneuverings for ten more years.
 
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