Obama Is Apparently The Only Thing Keeping Reporters From Jumping Off Of Cliffs This Thanksgiving

My goodness:

It’s a good thing Barack Obama was elected. Otherwise, the nation’s glum Thanksgiving mood might have been downright funereal. At least, that’s the impression the New York Times gives in its decidedly downbeat article about the holiday.
“In Lean Times, Comfort in a Bountiful Meal” tells the story of people from coast to coast virtually weeping into their turkey and cranberry sauce. Whether it’s a Los Angeles illustrator whose work has fallen 50%, a youngish Ohio husband and wife who’ve both lost their jobs, or even an equities trader on the Upper West Side who can’t bear to open his personal investment statements, the prevailing mood is blue.
With one bright exception: at least we have Obama.

I’ll grant that we’ve hit a bit of economic turbulence, but the way the media is sensationalizing it is just plain ridiculous.
And the way Obama is being cast as the savior in all this is just plain shameless. He’s not Superman.