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OBAMA: Election Was A ‘Shellacking’…It Feels Bad’

After his party suffered big losses on Tuesday night, President Obama told reporters that “it feels bad.”

“The toughest thing over the last couple of days is seeing real terrific public servants not having the opportunity to serve anymore, at least in the short term,” he said at a press conference, praising allies’ “faith” and “conviction” on votes in support of his agenda. “There is not only sadness about seeing them go, but there’s also a lot of questioning on my part, in terms of, could I have done something differently or done something more so that those folks would still be here.”

Obama also said that all presidents should go through the process of getting outside of the White House bubble to connect with Americans.

“That’s not something that I’m recommending to future American presidents, that they take a shellacking like I did last night,” he joked.

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(Source: Politico)

4 Responses

  1. I’ll be happy when he gets out of the white house bubble for good.

    Oh, and those ‘real terrific public servants’? They were FIRED for being BAD public servants; just like you’ll be come 2012.

  2. He wonder what he could have done difference; I have a great idea what he could have done different not govern from the extreme left but govern from the right of center. He is mourning some people can serve; that right because they were serving themself and the leftist agenda.
    I am sorry to say but he is an idiot because he does not get it the people want a republic not a democratic socialist society or in plain english COMMUNISM

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