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Obama’s Hundred Days That Will Change America

January 27, 2009
Dick Morris
1/24/2009

Now that Obama is the president, fasten your seat belts.

During his first year in office, and particularly during his first hundred days, we are about to witness the most prodigious output of legislation since 1981-2 (under Ronald Reagan), 1964-5 (under Lyndon Johnson), and 1933-36 (under Franklin Roosevelt). The combination of top-heavy Democratic majorities in Congress and a mood of public fear bordering on panic over the financial crisis and the looming depression will speed his legislation through a compliant Senate and House.

We will enter his administration as the United States, buoyed by an aggressive free-market economy. We will exit his first year – and even the first hundred days – as France, burdened with massive government regulation, a vast public sector and permanent middle-class entitlements. And Obama will take care to arrange things so that massive and permanent political change accompanies his and protects his legislative achievements in the future.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Ted permalink
    January 27, 2009 9:34 pm

    With the mounting job casualties, here’s hoping SCOTUS either finds someone, somewhere, has standing to require BHO’s birth certificate or fixes attention on a criminal indictment before he wins his War on Prosperity.

  2. Ted permalink
    January 27, 2009 9:34 pm

    With the mounting job casualties, here’s hoping SCOTUS either finds someone, somewhere, has standing to require BHO’s birth certificate or fixes attention on a criminal indictment before he wins his War on Prosperity.

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