Well, this is awkward for Republicans. The Obama economy has set yet another job growth record in the private sector.
Jeb Bush said, "If someone wants to run a campaign about 90s nostalgia, it's not going to be very successful."
Despite Republicans' best efforts to sabotage the economy, there were three or four suspiciously unreported pieces of good economic news over the past three days.
Mitch McConnell is running away from doing battle with President Obama and hoping to focus attention on battles he thinks Republicans can win against Senate Democrats.
Republicans never place a high-priority on spending and the national debt until there is a Democrat in the White House that has been a regular occurrence dating back to the Reagan era.
Obama swept the country in a decisive defeat of Romney with so far 303 electoral votes to 206, and possibly more. It's called a mandate.
As the President praised leaders from different parties working together, the Romney camp is threatening Chris Christie for working with Obama.
Critics have been saying President Obama has not done enough to address poverty. They don't seem to understand the reasons he couldn't.