Last night in Clinton country Arkansas the voters supposedly in his own party expressly went out to vote in an act of sheer defiance and gave an unknown (John Wolfe) 41.6 percent of the vote. In Kentucky 42.1 percent wanted the “uncommitted” unknown rather than Barack Obama. In Harlen Knott County (”the heart of coal country”, as Sean Trende explains) Obama only got 26.2 percent of his own party’s vote. Add these results to Obama losing 40.6 percent of the West Virginia vote to an imprisoned inmate in Texas; 21 percent of the vote in must win North Carolina, 24 percent in Louisiana, 19 percent in Alabama, and 43 percent of the vote in Oklahoma.
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So Obama loses 40% of the vote in two Democratic primaries and the dummies don’t realize this is a wake-up call to dump Obama or die.
Scott Brown was a wake-up call.
The 2010 election results were a wake-up call.
The recall election results in Wisconsin have been wake-up calls.
The phone is ringing, it’s 3:00 a.m. and no one is answering. All you hear are the whistles in the graveyard.
Barack is the worst. And I heard all sorts of excuses today for the above results; however, these were Democratic Party primaries.
And they went to the polls to vote. On a Tuesday. They made time to register their objections.
You better believe that's going to be taking place in November as well.
A one-term president.
It seems very, very likely.
And that makes me very happy.
I didn't care for Bush and I don't care for Barack and I don't see a thin dime's worth of difference between the two of them.
And I think the left has a lot to apologize for. Not all of us. Some of us were honest. Some of us had no problem calling out Barack. But most of them? Whores. Disgusting whores who put a cult of personality ahead of ethics, human rights and rule of law.
They disgraced themselves and, in doing so, they disgraced the nation.
Kat's "The Pitted Brad" dealt with an idiot (Brad Pitt) last night. And stupidity has been the hallmark of the last four years.
It's time for a smarter left.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"