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DorobekInsider.com poll: What do you think of Team Obama’s team?

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Another day — more names… but we’re starting to get a sense of what the Obama administration is going to look like. The WSJ’s Gerald Seib has a fascinating piece in the paper this morning headlined Obama Team takes two shapes.

Here is how Slate.com’s Today’s Paper summed up the story:

The WSJ‘s Gerald Seib says Obama is “giving the country two administrations for the price of one.” While Obama’s first round of high-profile appointments were heavy on Washington veterans who are seen as largely moderate, the second wave include “the kind of folks who look like the fabled ‘agents of change’ promised in the campaign.” These newer faces are concentrated in areas of energy and the environment, signaling that’s where Obama wants to implement changes, while he stuck with known commodities in the economics and national security fields to signal continuity in a time of war and an economic crisis.

So… what’s your sense of the team of rivals so far?

Written by cdorobek

December 19, 2008 at 7:35 AM

Posted in poll, Presidency, Transition

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  1. There’s plenty of brainpower there. What about a little more spark?

    K. Scott Derrick

    December 21, 2008 at 12:48 PM

  2. […] DorobekInsider.com poll: What do you think of Team Obama’s team? (You can still vote, but… you seem to like the team so far… 33 percent give them an “A”; 50 percent give them a “B”; 17 percent give them a “C”; and nothing falls ‘below average.”) […]


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