Washington DC: President Obama during a Democratic campaign speech given in Osawatomie, Kansas echoed the words of President Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909). Overlooked by the media were other occasions where the Chief Executive utilized themes originally expressed by William Shakespeare.
Friends, Republicans, countrymen, lend me your tax money.
To drill or not to drill that is the question.
We few, we happy few, we band of brothers Reid, Pelosi and Biden.
O stimulus, stimulus, wherefore art thou $850 trillion.
I come to praise Keynes not to bury him!
The Republicans protests too much, methinks.
Double, double less toil and more unemployment!
Give me my Obamacare, Oh Supremes!
Alas, poor millionaires tax them!
Neither a borrower nor a lender be except from China.
A vacation, a vacation, my kingdom for a vacation!
Fair is foul, and foul is fair, if only I could make a decision.
Fire burn and campaign rhetoric bubble!
Adieu, tears exhibit my tongue, most beautiful as I leave office in 2013.
In a related development the White House Secret Service detail reports seeing a ghostly apparition each night walking softly, carrying a big stick and repeating "Bah Humbug" I was a Republican!"