Obama "took office in 2009"." He promised "inclusiveness and optimism"." His "leadership (made) growth and renewal very real."
"We hope, given the opportunity, he will rededicate himself to being a president who is bigger than party and above partisan squabbling."
Instead of telling readers what they most need to know, Post editors lied. They concealed disturbing truths. It's standard practice. They do it all time.
Straightaway in office, Obama fell from grace. His priorities revealed a Judas. He betrayed constituents who trusted him. Their hopes went unfulfilled.
Post editors claim otherwise. Obama wants "government to invest more in the foundation stones of economic dynamism and opportunity: education, research and infrastructure."
"That was the message of his reelection campaign, and we think it is correct."
Obama wrecked the economy. He looted the nation's wealth. He spurns popular interests. He doesn't give a damn about ordinary people. He prioritizes wealth, power, privilege, and dominance.
"In his first term," Post editors claim he "completed some unfinished work of the New Deal and Great Society."
He prioritizes wrecking both. He plans completing what's unfinished in term two. Post editors conceal the worst of his agenda. They sanitize what demands condemnation.
They serve as an official administration mouthpiece. They're paid to lie. They're not alone.
On January 20, Post columnist Robert Samuelson headlined "Obama's quest for greatness."
Achieving the "legacy thing" may be harder than he imagines, he said. He's "already a historic president as the first African American to be elected, but there is a chasm between being historic and being great."