This is a tough question as many factors are involved. Short term, health care has taken a priority, and much is riding on tomorrow’s Massachusetts senate election. If nothing significant is done within a year and a half, nothing may happen til his possible second term.
Much of what he wants done, however, is long term and up fall into the hands of his successors, even if he gets a second four years. He can shape the debate, though, and make much progress as opposed to his predecessor.
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