Gerald (Jerry) Zezas

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Don’t be silent, Mr. President

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George W Bush was famously silent about the Obama administration, and many on the right claim that it was professional courtesy. I disagree. I think it was because Bush was the most hated president in my lifetime, and he knew that Obama was having success undoing his mistakes.

In this case, we have Obama leaving office with an extremely high approval rating, and a new president coming in with one of the lowest of any transitioning president since they started measuring those things.

I don’t think that Obama should remain silent about the presidency of a man who spent the last 8 years attempting, unsuccessfully, to de-legitimize Obama’s presidency.

Speak up, Barry. We still want to hear what you think.

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