Frankly, the wheels are coming off.
Arkansas and Kentucky (D) primary results are in, and they look like West Virginia's.
Ed Rendell bailed out, as did Cory Booker.
Wanna bet that Barrett told Obozo not to show up in Wisconsin during the recall campaign???
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I never heard of Uncommitted, but Uncommitted is sure kicking Obozos a$$. Go Uncommitted!!!!
.....in Kentucky, Obama is actually losing full counties to “Uncommitted.” Actually, Obama lost more than 40 counties across the state to Uncommitted......
"Obama didn’t win any of these three states in the 2008 election campaign."
Had he won those states at that time, these results would be a big deal. Spin cycle...ON!
Dad, Did you read this one?
"Democrat Opposition to Obama Runs Deep — And Could Doom His Reelection Prospects"
...........Based on the political landscape as of today, if these six states which Obama won in 2008 all turn on Obama in November, he will lose the Electoral College (take away OH’s and PA’s blue-leaning 38 electoral votes at the link, and he only gets 252 of the needed 270 electoral votes needed to win)..............
No doubt the Obama team is quaking in their shoes over the WV and KY results.
Even more interesting, "uncommitted" took 42 percent of Kentucky's closed presidential primary, where only Democrats could vote
Read it and weep. No (R)s could vote against Obozo in that primary.
Of course it's Kaintuck, "the dark and bloody ground, as the Indians used to call it."
And those (D)'s, Daddio, are CONSERVATIVES. Reagan Democrats. No surprises there. If you want to hang your hat on this "victory", be my guest.
Finally, a single word to describe our current political situation under Obozo.
Read this one over slowly and absorb the facts that are within thisdefinition! I love this word and believe that it will become a recognized
English word after the 2012 elections regardless of who wins.
(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.
another day, another failure
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