It is time to put aside the fact that this is an article about the president and his policies and start taking it seriously.
It is an important story, and I will be the first to admit that it is not as good as some of the other pieces.
That said, if I were the editor, I would probably give it the first and only read in the piece.
That is, I am not going to put up a column where I explain why I think this piece is not worth reading, because that is not the point of the piece; I am going to say something interesting about the politics and culture of this administration, and what it means for the country.
This is the first of two articles I will post today on the subject of this issue, and there will be more to come.
If you want to see the other two, click here.
This story is being written by Matthew Yglesias, a political reporter for The Washington Post, who is also a senior editor at The National Review.
You can read more from him at his website.