Plenty of Americans believe that the president's rhetoric runs counter to facts, but actually, it's the president's own counterfactual arguments that matter most. Which is to say, nearly the entire case for President Barack Obama's second term is based on not what has happened but what could, would or might under different circumstances. As you've surely heard from one official after the next, writes David Harsanyi, things would have been a whole lot worse without the president's guidance.
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