Thursday, January 22, 2009

How We Will Really Get to Know Obama

John F. Harris and Jim VandeHei present a series of excellent questions about Obama:

The stirring rhetoric witnessed on the campaign trail and in Tuesday’s inaugural address is laced with spacious language — flexible enough to support conflicting conclusions about what he really believes.
Only decisions, not words, can clarify what Obama stands for. Those are coming soon enough.

Until then, here are the questions still left hanging as the Obama administration begins:

DOES HE REALLY THINK AFGHANISTAN IS WINNABLE? . . .

DO DEFICITS MATTER? . . .

HOW FAST IS TOO FAST IN IRAQ? . . .


[and more about surveillance, unions, Darfur, and the Left . . .]

1 comments:

GlobalPolitics.com said...

I agree, there are so many questions for Obama to answer!

We should admire Obama if and only if he earns it. And that should not be from rhetoric or "hope," but rather from accomplishment.