He's too detached and cerebral. Too deferential to Congress. Too
willing to compromise. And he's too much of a law professor and not
enough of a commander in chief, as Sarah Palin recently admonished.
These are some of the qualities for which the president, rightly or
wrongly, is criticized. They are also the qualities that make him well
suited for another steady job on the federal payroll: Barack Obama,
Supreme Court justice.--Jeffrey Rosen, The Washington Post
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