The Corner

Is It Just Me . . .

. . . or do the Obamas not appear particularly happy tonight?

 

Even when President Obama did the obligatory shout-out to his wife, she didn’t seem particularly pleased. Where are the beaming, happy faces of the new Obama era?

 

Perhaps I’m projecting because I don’t care for his policies — the blatant nonsense he’s spouted so far is almost painful to hear — but he is coming across as, well, annoyed. There’s a “how many times do I have to explain this to you people?” quality to his comments.

 

Is anyone else picking up on this?

Michael GrahamMichael Graham was born in Los Angeles and raised in South Carolina. A graduate of Oral Roberts University, he worked as a stand-up comedian before beginning his political career as ...

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