As we move into 2016 and the last year of the disastrous Obama presidency, many of us have taken some comfort in three words. One. More. Year.
That said, we have wary eyes watching to see how much additional damage the president will inflict in his waning months. And as the president prepares for his final state of the union (the word “final” does have a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?) his message — summed up in eight words — is chilling, if not exactly surprising.
‘I’ll squeeze every ounce of change I can’…
As The Weekly Standard reports:
Barack Obama is preparing for his final State of the Union Address, which he’ll deliver January 12. And the president is not looking to slow down as the end of his presidency nears.
“I’ve got 12 months left to squeeze every ounce of change I can while I’m still in office. And that’s what I intend to do,” Obama writes in an email to supporters.