Even if he gets wept out of the race, Barack Obama has made "change" the political buzzword of the cycle. Even President Bush wants in on
. NBC News' David Gregory asked Bush, "Do you see this message of change as anything other than a rejection of your presidency?"
Oh, listen, if you're running for office, you can't run for office and not say, "I'm an agent of change." That's just American politics. If I were running for office at this point I'd be saying, "Vote for me, I'm -- I'm gonna be an agent of change."
Considering he's already president, Doesn't he have the power to change whatever he wants?
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