Morning Examiner: Obama’s Asian trip a bust

Obama’s not having much luck with Asian persuasion.

When policy recommendations are “bipartisan,” that’s often just another way of saying they won’t make anybody happy.

Congress suddenly remembers it didn’t bother doing any appropriating this year.

NewsBeast.

Former New Jersey Governor Tom Kean on current Governor Chris Christie: “The presidency could come to him.

New lefty CW: You know who’s really to blame for Democrats staggering electoral loss? Joe Lieberman.

They said he was a “lightworker.” They said he was an “evolutionary flash point for humanity.” Now Nancy Pelosi wants to know — can Obama be “perfect“?

Democratic consultants on Obama’s reelection strategy: “If we win fewer states, we’ll be stronger — somebody needs to explain that to me.”

Hug it out, guys.

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