Obama recently sat down for an interview with National Public Radio during which he was asked how he is going to work with the new Republican controlled congress for the remainder of his presidency. His response was rather telling.

Brendan Bordelon of National Review has the story:

Obama: ‘I’m Obviously Frustrated’ Dems Didn’t Run on My ‘Great Record’ in November

In an interview released Monday by National Public Radio, President Obama made clear what’s long been suspected by White House observers — he believes Democratic politicians sowed the seeds of their own defeat in November by failing to support his “great record” as president…

“I’m obviously frustrated with the results of the midterm election,” he said. “I think we had a great record for members of Congress to run on. And I don’t think we — myself, and the Democratic Party — made as good of a case as we should have. And, you know, as a consequence we had really low voter turnout, and the results were bad.”

Watch the segment below:

Of course, some liberal media types are already trying to correct the mistake the American people made in November.

The new congress hasn’t even been sworn in yet but we’re getting articles like this one from Kyle Cheney of Politico:

16 in ’16: The new battle for the Senate

Republicans just won the Senate majority last month. But can they keep it?

A cursory glance at the 2016 Senate map shows a slew of endangered Republicans up in two years — with few opportunities for offense as in 2014, when the GOP won nine Democratic-held seats to grab control of the chamber.

Do you think we could get the new members seated before speculating about 2016?

Sheesh!

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