Barack Obama is hanging as loose as the pinky and thumb salute of his native Hawaii.
With his White House on a roll and his place in history solidifying by the day after a series of important policy victories, he’s letting Americans see more of the man within.
He’s lit the White House in the rainbow colors of the gay rights movement, dropped the ‘N’ word to discuss race, crooned the Davy Crockett theme to a man with that name and held forth on the recipe for guacamole.
On Thursday in Wisconsin, Obama was riding the wave of last week’s wins on health care, same-sex marriage and trade, trying out a new stump speech that seemed like a victory lap and comparing the bloated GOP primary field to an “actual Hunger Games.”
“The last seven years, shoot, the last seven days, should remind us there is nothing America cannot do, there is nothing we can’t solve,” Obama roared, looking more like the change agent of 2008 than the hangdog president weighed down by the cares of office that he’s been for much of the time since.
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