Somewhere in the gray area between a gaffe and a Freudian slip lies this bon mot. I know where he’s coming from, though: There hasn’t been a day in the last four years when I wasn’t not proud to have this guy as VP.
I’m also not unashamed of The One. His latest revisionism, in fact, leaves me nonplussed:
Despite saying in 2009 that failing to right the economy in three years would mean a “one-term proposition,” President Obama on Thursday may have moved the goalposts.
“Now, we knew from the beginning that our work would take more than one year, or even one term — because let’s face it, the middle class was getting hammered long before the financial crisis hit,” Obama said in Green Bay, Wis., as he ventured back onto the campaign trail after a three-day hiatus due to super storm Sandy.