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Hey, where did all those cheering throngs go? Barry kicked off his re-election campaign at Ohio State University yesterday, and pretty much everyone had better things to do. The seats, they were empty.
That didn't stop
Pravda The New York Times from
gushing over how "rock star" Obama brought "the techno-dazzle of an Apple
Yeah, it must have been for that new iFail gizmo we keep hearing about.
Did I mention there were empty seats?
It's a campaign faux pas to hold an event in a room that isn't full; to promise the media a more-than-capacity crowd then fall this far short of that promise is utter incompetence. In 2008, Obama ran a near-flawless campaign, buoyed by enthusiasm and effective organizing. But it's not 2008 any more, and on day one of the 2012 campaign, Team Obama has already made an embarrassing blunder.
In 2008 he didn't have a record to run on.
And he didn't have to compete with three huge reasons to party hearty.
Karl Marx's birthday. All the commies were crowded into gloomy coffeehouses, scowling menacingly at the bourgeois tea drinkers.
Cinco de Mayo. Get your drunk on! Barry can wait until tomorrow.
And ... Super Moon!
There's a reason we call Obama's most passionately clueless supporters moonbats you know. And obviously they felt the pull of their harsh mistress, which left (almost) no one to turn out for Dear Leader's recycled pep rally.
You cannot fool all of the people all of the time.
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