A great joy of the blogosphere is getting to directly read what someone with totally different viewpoints thinks.
Blue Virginia sees President Obama as tough.
Others see a whiny baby, unhappy things aren't going his way.
It's all in perceptions and preconceived notions. You look for what you want to see.
But how come the smartest, most powerful President ever keeps getting bested by George W. Bush and the oil companies, Republicans in Congress and public opinion?
Gee, I wrote about it last March and the Other McCain picked it up.
"Right now, the majority of the American public sees President Obama as a Jackie Robinson symbol of hope and change. But conservatives have seen his flaws. He can't hit the curve ball. He can't field his position. He's a utility infielder, not an All-Star or Hall of Famer."