Barack Obama moves into the White House and takes on a waivering economy, two live wars and a very divided Congress.
Local political experts think his chances of success are dismal. LSU professor Wayne Parent thinks Obama will do “OK” but is ecstatic about what this election means to the world. He says not only did the election increase participation among African-Americans and Latinos, it also increased the world view of our country.
And LSU professor Kirby Goidel says Barack Obama will most likely spend the next two months trying to decrease expectations of his “change” platform. “Washington is a difficult place to get things done,” said Goidel.
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