All the criticism, both fair and misleading, took a toll, regularly knocking the White House off message. So a new White House strategy has emerged: rather than just giving reporters ammunition to "fact-check" Obama's many critics, the White House decided it would become a player, issuing biting attacks on those pundits, politicians and outlets that make what the White House believes to be misleading or simply false claims, like the assertion that health-care reform would establish new "sex clinics" in schools. Obama, fresh from his vacation on Martha's Vineyard, cheered on the effort, telling his aides he wanted to "call 'em out."
So our President and his staff are so full of themselves that they cannot take a little heat. However, they find it perfectly acceptable for former Presidents to say most of the population is racists or Janeane Garofalo to surmise that "teabaggers" are racist rednecks and for Rachel Maddow call people Nazi's.
For the first time in history our very own President will argue facts with the people. As many times as his "facts" have been proven to be lies, I'm confident this will be interesting.