A war that won’t end, prosperity that appears to be ending too soon, health care that’s not accessible, food prices that keep going up, gas prices that won’t stay down — the problems tumble pell-mell across the national agenda./Gunilla
It makes you wonder why anyone would even want to be president right now. The challenges facing President Bush’s successor come January — Republican John McCain or Democrat Barack Obama — seem almost superhumanly daunting, even without the near-collapse of the nation’s financial system.
Whoever is elected, says veteran political scientist James A. Thurber, “they’re going to inherit a mess that’s going to continue at least four years.”
09 October 2008
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