Obama loses the crutch
Did anyone else notice something about President Obama's opening remarks? He spoke without a TelePrompTer. He did so clearly and with a depth of knowledge that escapes most people in a plain-old staff meeting. Imagine doing that with lights, cameras and the nation watching. (Okay, so maybe it might be just us nerds in Washington watching. But it's not like this is on closed-circuit TV.) Might I also point out that he didn't have to jot down his talking points on his hand. So, folks who crack wise about Obama's reliance on his glass-paneled crutch, give it a rest.
| February 25, 2010; 10:47 AM ET
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