Like pretty much everyone else out there, Spot-on’s writers have spent a bit of time thinking about what an Obama presidency would – could – look like.
So today, we’ll give you a short review of who said what.
First up, Christopher Allbritton took a look at how Obama’s Middle East policy was seen from that region. Presidential Picks in the Middle East.
Matthew Holt, ever the cynic, said that Obama wasn’t serious about making changes in the health care system. Judge for yourself if his predictions are still accurate. President Obama’s Health Care Head Fake.
Chris Nolan didn’t get as excited as some in Silicon Valley when Obama first started talking about a Chief Technology Officer for the U.S. of A. Obama “Gets It”.
Kevin Weeks added his voice to Berkeley writer Michael Pollan’s insistence that food policy – that’s right, food policy – be an action item for the new president. Eating Oil.
And while it’s not exactly a column addressed at the new president, Jeanne Jackson had a few observations about how she’d like to see justice meted out for the current financial mess and the folks who caused it. Accountability.
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