In ancient times, a leader who failed as greatly as Obama has was simply erased from the history of his people. Craftsmen were engaged by his successors in power to chisel his name off of all the temples, (stone) archives, and monuments. The statues that had been erected at the outset of his reign, which had depicted him as a wonderworking colossus, were toppled, and their facial features mutilated to obliterate him from the record and memory.
Some may say that I am being overly optimistic in saying we have reached that nadir of Obama power already, over a year from the next election, but this week establishes in my mind that my assessment is — barring some great, unforeseen event or sudden, never before seen, infusion of pragmatism and sense on his part — solid.
— Clarice Feldman in the American Thinker