Sunday, January 10, 2010

Most Accomplished First Year in a Generation

Rachel Maddow, who at times in the past year has sounded disappointed that the president was not pushing the left's agenda hard enough (see my post on this last May), now seems to recognize that the Obama administration had to take some unpopular steps that probably saved the country from the next Great Depression. She also notes that they are close to accomplishing general health insurance reform, a goal that has eluded six or seven past presidents. Here she is on Letterman, crediting Obama with putting together "the most legislatively accomplished first year of any president in a generation."

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