The seemingly unflappable soon-to-be President Barack Obama has all eyes on him today, but by now he should be pretty used to the attention. For the past 77 days since the election he has projected the calm, cool and collected image of a man who today will formally inherit the many burdens that plague this nation. New York Times reporter Peter Baker has a piece in today's paper about what those 77 days say about the President-elect.
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