In the view of his critics on the left, Obama--once rated the most liberal member of the Senate--is reinventing himself as a pragmatic moderate as he prepares to take office and is making what some liberals see as foolish decisions in an effort to broaden his appeal.
These critics reacted sharply when he selected a gay-marriage opponent, the Rev. Rick Warren of Saddleback Church, to give the invocation at the inauguration. One of the milder rebukes came from Kathryn Kolbert, president of the liberal group People for the American Way, who expressed "grave disappointment" over the president-elect's choice.
So what happens when Obama faces criticism from the right too?
Something tells me that the right wingers won't have a Nancy Pelosi "impeachment is off the table" problem unlike the lefty leader certainly has had.
Does Obama really know what the HELL he is doing, because I think, so farObama is looking and acting pretty stupid, particulary with the choice of choice of Rick Warren. Obama has no problem trashing MoveOn.org people but wants to court the Ralph Reed and convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff Christian groupies? I mean, WTF?