Obama Improving At "11 Dimensional Chess"
Unlike some of his sycophants, President Obama seems open to learning from his mistakes. In response to yet another question about "bipartisanship" in last night's press conference, this one from Mara Liasson, President Obama said in part:
Now, just in terms of the historic record here, the Republicans were brought in early and were consulted. And you'll remember that when we initially introduced our framework, they were pleasantly surprised and complimentary about the tax cuts that were presented in that framework. Those tax cuts are still in there. I mean, I suppose what I could have done is started off with no tax cuts, knowing that I was going to want some, and then let them take credit for all of them. And maybe that's the lesson I learned.
(Emphasis supplied.) Indeed Mr. President. It is good to see President Obama does not believe the press clippings from his sycophants and is willing to learn. Now that is change I can believe in from the previous 8 years. Also, Faiz Shakir at Think Progress had it last night.
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