“Maybe someone will ask for his impeachment by the end of next week.”
It is the fickle nature of being a superstar, rock star or politician I guess….
In The U.S., Obama’s Populatity Grows as Inauguration Nears
Obama Reelection Effort Begins
By WILLIAM J. KOLE, Associated Press Writer
standing ovation long before he was elected president. But in a fickle and fast-moving world, the overseas reviews are already turning mixed.got a global
In this July 24, 2008 file photo, President-elect Barack Obama waves as he arrives at the Victory Column in Berlin. Though much of the world will party through the night Tuesday after Obama is sworn in as America’s 44th president, just as it did when he was elected, there are signs the ardor is cooling as the sheer weight of his challenges sinks in. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
Though much of the world will party through the night Tuesday after Obama is sworn in as— just as it did when he was elected — there are signs the ardor is cooling as the sheer weight of his challenges sinks in.
A deepening Middle East, complications in closing the Guantanamo Bay prison, Iran, North Korea, — an impatient world has a stake in all of them and is asking how much change Obama can deliver., new hostilities in the
“Just two months ago, the future president seemed a cross between Superman and Merlin the magician,” Massimo Gramellini wrote in a commentary for Italy’s La Stampa newspaper. “Now he himself admits he won’t be able to keep all his promises, and who knows? Maybe someone will ask for his impeachment by the end of next week.”
“The idealism has diminished,” said Samuel Solvit, who heads an Obama support network in France. “Everyone was dreaming a little. Now people are more realistic.”
Muslims want to know why Obama hasn’t joined the chorus of international criticism of Israel’s Gaza offensive. Last week posters of him were set on fire in Tehran to shouts of “Death to Obama!”
“By the time Obama takes office, hundreds or thousands more will be killed in Gaza and it will be too late for him to act,” said Adel Fawzi, an Egyptian government clerk in Cairo.
Hardline demonstrators burn posters of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama, during a demonstration in support of the people of Gaza, in front of the Swiss Embassy in Tehran January 13, 2009.REUTERS/Stringer (IRAN)
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