Obama finally picks a winner

It’s been a rough several months for the president.

In November, 2009, Obama backed Jon Corzine in his re-election bid in New Jersey.

Jon Corzine, loser

Republican Christopher J. Christie won.

The same night, more bad news for the president.

In the Virginia governor’s race, Obama campaigned for Democrat Creigh Deeds.

Creigh Deeds, loser

Republican Robert F. McDonnell was elected.

Of course, the bad news didn’t stop with the end of 2009.

Obama campaigned for Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley in the special election to fill a U.S. Senate seat.

Martha Coakley, loser

Of course, Scott Brown, the Republican, won.

Then, after traveling to Las Vegas to campaign for Harry Reid, the Senate Majority Leader lost 10 points in the latest poll.

Harry Reid, losing

It seems Obama can’t pick a winner.

Until this week. At the health care summit, Obama picked one…

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Finally! Obama wins! Hail to the chief!

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  1. I’m not surprised he’s picking his nose. Cigarette smokers’ noses can get rather mucusy with that smoke always irritating it. But that’s far more preferable to what the MSM’s brown noses are full of.

  2. But Obama’s visit served several purposes for Reid that wouldn’t turn up in the numbers, at least not yet, said Mark Peplowski, a political science socialist professor at the College of Southern Nevada.

    One purpose is to excite the Democratic base, particularly younger voters illegal immigrants and occasional homeless ACORN voters who went with Obama in 2008 and need to be re-energized registered with new fake names.


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