After the brutal beating of a handicapped teen in Chicago, Obama argued he’s been effective on crime.
OBAMA: The fact that crime overall is much lower around the country than it was when I took office and that Chicago is the one big city where you’ve seen this huge spike means that there is something specifically that is happening there and that means we can fix it if we work together.
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Washington Times’ Charles Hurt begs to differ and argued there isn’t one place Obama has left better off.
HURT: Just imagine what it must be like to be him and to realize all that he’s tried to accomplish over the past eight years have not only been completely, totally rejected by the voters, but he’s being replaced by somebody who aims to come in and piecemeal, just take about everything he’s done and undo it all.
STUART VARNEY: I’m not sure I can see a single policy area where Obama’s policy will be retained. I’m thinking trade, economy, jobs, drilling, the UN, foreign policy. I can’t think of an area where we will continue the way we are now.
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HURT: That’s a great point and I can’t think of one either and that’s a good thing if you ask me. If you look around the world, find me one place either in America or in the world where things are better off today than they were eight years ago? I mean Chicago is so bad he can’t even go back to live there with his daughter, with his family.
And according to TMZ, the Obama’s $5 million rental mansion in Washington, D.C. is getting a brand new brick wall for protection.
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