I understand that our President prefers consensus to confrontation, but his fear of being cast as the "angry black man" is leaving a vacuum. Olbermann does a mean Edward R. Murrow, but his ratings don't compete with Limbaugh or Beck.
The financial crisis hit in the summer of 2007. By the fall of 2008, Wall Street had nearly destroyed itself. Obama put forth a reform proposal in June of 2009. It is now the spring of 2010. The time for action is long overdue.
Senators Collins, Snowe and Gregg all represent areas that have been hard hit by the recession. Will they prove themselves true "moderates" who represent the interests of New England's working families?