The setup for the discussion is that the once-touted No Drama of Obama has gone from being what â€œmade him so coolâ€ to a negative. Now, the detached, disinterested demeanor is reinforcing the perception of ineptitude in the White House.
Andrea Tantaros asks why does it always have to be about him. She thinks Obama is â€œun-coachableâ€ and that rather than Democrats and pundits worrying about what kind of next two years Obama is going to have, we should all be concerned about the kind of years the rest of the country is going to have.
She names a list of things that she doesnâ€™t expect the president to do, including agreeing to behave in a â€œmore flexibleâ€ manner with our enemies after an election.
She says if Obama canâ€™t even enforce our own borders, he is not going to be able to enforce the borders of other countries. She has a solution, and it should be one that is right up Obamaâ€™s ally.
She says rather than getting involved in issues where real armies march, he should confine himself to calling gay athletes, holding war on women press conferences. She says to let him talk about birth control and infrastructure, but she doesnâ€™t want him playing on a global stage.
Tantaros continues saying, â€œHeâ€™s going to muddle it and mess it up, so everybody hold your nose and hang on, the next two years are going to be crazy.â€
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