If any other President had allowed Clinton to take over a White House Briefing they would have been roasted alive by the lamestream media, but as it turns out Obama's epic fail wasn't even a blip on the radar. I guess I will retract any comment on Obama's future prospects and go back to my original thought that if the economy is not worse then he will be re-elected. The fact that with the new Republican House things should actually pick up almost assures hum of a return trip to the White House. There doesn't seem to be anything that can bring him down, so with his unwavering support from the media and independents that won't want to shake things up we will get four more years of Obama. Hopefully the Republicans can keep from stepping on their peckers long enough to gain control of the Senate in 2012, that will at least prevent anymore substantial damage from occurring.
If something monumental happens that tanks the economy then America will demand fresh blood to fix it, but that isn't likely to happen in the next two years. We will see gridlock or worse bargaining with our grand children's futures, like the tax deal. America will limp along for the next two years and hopefully survive until 2016, when it is likely that we will see a whole new crop of candidates from both sides of the aisle and maybe some decent choices besides the 2008 retreads.