• The 2nd Obama Administration

    Things to ponder as Inauguration Day approaches.

    1- Will SLS survive?

    2- Will President Obama shake-up his space policy adviser group and/or appoint a less embarrassingly bad NASA administrator?

    3- Will Presidential Obama turn on Elon Musk now that he no longer needs Musk's campaign contributions?

    4- The ultimate question is, "Can NASA survive a second round of Obama reforms and/or the fiscal cliff?"
    This article was originally published in blog: The 2nd Obama Administration started by JimMcDade
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