Imagine it's a year from now and the two presidential candidates are getting ready to debate.
If I'm negotiating on the Republican's behalf, I'm insisting upon an audio-visual portion of the show.
And I'm showing this chart -- actual unemployment vs. what the bag of beans that Obama promised.
Pretty good argument for one (term) and done, no?
And that's without charts for runaway debt, government spending, consumer confidence, foreclosures, gasoline prices, health-insurance premiums, and so forth . . .
Is making the case against Obama really all that difficult -- or should we be more concerned about the Republican candidate making his/her case?