In school, students get a limited amount of time to erase an "incomplete" from their record. In fact, professors assign "incompletes" to students whose work has been acceptable but is incomplete due to circumstances beyond the student's control.
An "incomplete" may have been an acceptable grade for President Obama to give himself in 2010, or even 2011. But an "incomplete" today when his term is up in just a few short months? Not only is giving himself an "incomplete" a way for President Obama to dodge responsibility for his failed policies, but it also suggests that he has governed under the assumption that he'd deserve a second term.
A good president works hard in his first term to earn a second term. And where all other presidents in the past have understood that the term of office is just 4 years, Barack Obama seems to think we should treat him differently, judging him on what he'd do in 8 years rather than 4.
Question for students out there: What happens when you have an incomplete on your record and don't get the job done before you run out of time?
Yep, you get an F.
For a former law professor, you'd think the president would be more familiar with the grading scale...