Since FDR, few second-term presidents have been capable of great mischief. Obama may have done most of the real damage he's capable of already. Of course, there's still the matter of undoing the grave damage that's been done and the fact that, should the GOP take the presidency, unified Republican government will present its own challenges. Whatever happens in November, writes Gene Healy, the work will have to go on.
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