Barack Obama’s favorability in the polls fell when he acted like himself — overexposed, hard-left in his press conferences, and boastful about legislative achievements like Obamacare and a stimulus of more than $1 trillion.
Then a strange thing happened. Obama largely went quiet. Often he was out of sight, vacationing in Hawaii or golfing. It was almost as if he had learned that the less he was seen or heard, the more Americans liked the idea of Obama as president rather than the reality of his constant “Make no mistake about it” and “Let me be perfectly clear” sermonizing.
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