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Since we already know that this story is irrelevant we probably shouldn’t blog about it. And when you really think about it it’s funny. Because it’s so irrelevant and insignificant and really funny. Not just funny — funny ha-ha.
Four years ago, with little hesitation, we endorsed then-Sen. Barack Obama to become the 44th president of the United States, saying it was a time for “new leadership, a new approach to governing, a new way of conducting the people’s business.”
So the basic question facing The Telegraph editorial board when it met last week came down to this: Did the former Illinois senator do enough to live up to those admittedly high expectations to warrant a second term?
After several hours of spirited debate, not unlike conversations taking place in kitchens and living rooms across America, we reached a consensus that he had not. Perhaps more importantly, when we identified the key challenges facing the nation – jobs, the economy and the national debt – we concluded he was not the best candidate to meet them.
Okay, Mr. Insignificant Newspaper Board! Politico and MSNBC endorse Barack, so there. Besides, New Hampshire is an itsy bitsy state that nobody cares about, and newspapers are… are… old fashioned. Barack is busy being president of the whole world and could not be less concerned about some silly birdcage liner in… well, almost Canada!
Haven’t you people heard there’s a hurricane still sort of out there and Barack H. Obama is a man of action? He has people to save, right in the line of fire. It’s a war out there and he cannot–will not–leave anyone behind!
Team Obama will be worried when Jay Leno starts taking shots at Barack, and there is absolutely ZERO chance of that happening.
And don’t get me started on President Obama’s valiant actions in Benghazi. On the job the whole time. We can’t get into details about that, but it was just like in Sandy. In the Situation Room.