[P]resident Clinton got re-elected even though nobody mistook him for George Washington. It helped that he had a Republican Congress that reformed welfare and held down spending. It also helped that Mr. Clinton seemed a likable lug. He has a way of winking at you without winking.
By contrast, Mr. Obama comes off as a condescending, left-wing college professor with false jocularity. His signature, upbeat sentence enders tell the listener that the case is closed: Argue with me only if you want a bad grade.
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