Why? Just because Bryson had a seizure right after it was discovered that he lent BrightSource — of which he had been CEO — $1.6B in tax money? You are such a cynic.
Some critical states on that map are the darkest. Good news.
Mountainous West? Let me say before others do, disgruntled Mormons? Perhaps two reasons? 1)Obi was/is an economic nightmare. 2)Romney is a Mormon of course...
Rush played an Obama commercial today pandering to black voters with the “we have his back” theme. Like Rush said, their internal poll numbers must be truly horrific if they think they have to run ads clearly directed at black voters this early in the campaign.
But then, the lack of jobs and his endorsement of homos isn’t sitting very well...
“The darkness of the state corresponds to the percentage of drop-off donors”
That’s RACIST!!! :)
American Indians are disappearing.
That man is an American Indian.
That man is disappearing.
Now, if I see an Obama supporter, I can think to myself:
Obama supporters are disappearing.
That person is an Obama supporter.
That person is disappearing.
So Vermont didn’t give anything?
Little clues here and there.
Oral history talk by Nadler last night on the Upper West Side: Flyers mention a constant supporter for ABO, along with the revered assemblymen etc. Mention of Romney does not draw boos and hisses.
Private person buys some airtime on WINS on Sunday (?) to persuade delegates to vote for Hillary at the convention—and calls for charging Holder and Obama with treason (second-hand information; I did not hear the ad myself; it had a person’s name attached to it, however, which the listener did not recall).
I’m not so sure the Obama post-presidency will be pleasant for him after the monumental thrashing his party will experience this fall.
Face it, liberals never blame their policies, so Obama will be blamed. Even at this juncture, no one wants to be associated with him. He will be seen as a complete failure, a fraud, a charlatan, the butt of jokes.
The party will be forced to turn to more moderates like Evan Bayh and Mark Warner, so Obama will become a peripheral force to the left of where the party will need to go to survive.
I’d say his post-presidency will be a quiet one, because both sides of the ideological divide will want him off the stage.