No, no, not to drown himself in. Hmmm, now that is a thought. Rather to contemplate his reflection in calm waters, and reaffirm I I I love for Me Me Me self.
Last evening, May 8, an evening our favorite wannabe ruler for life, Barack Obama would like to feel never happened, did in fact happen. A down day, yes, but there will be lots of down and up days for both sides during the campaign ahead, so never complacency. That said, a great night for the forces of hope to change Hope and Change.
First, North Carolina. I pity the guy who made the final decision to hold the September Democrat National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. Probably was the president himself, and in that case I don’t pity him. Allegedly, it was to increase the chances of winning the state, a major battleground state, for Obama in November, and, in addition, to make a statement throughout the south.
Well, a statement was sure made, but chances of winning North Carolina are bleak at best. Yesterday, citizens of the state overwhelmingly voted to add an existing law as an amendment to the state constitution, defining marriage as between one woman and one man, and banning civil unions.
Also, the Democrats in North Carolina are currently entangled in a gay sex scandal within the State Democrat party itself, involving a cover-up of alleged sexual harassments, HIV infection, attempted misuse of funds, and more. The cover-up allegedly includes the Democrat governor, who has announced she will not run again.
The above, along with the fact North Carolina is a right-to-work state, has resulted in upsetting both gay groups and unions, and demands that the convention be moved to a location friendly to gay marriage and unions. So Democrats are caught up in a dilemma. Stay in Charlotte and risk losing union funding of the event, inciting gay protests, or make a move which will cost millions. Construction, for example, continues on a retractable roof over Bank of America stadium, so the president and conventioneers will not get soaked if the sky opens up in a tribute.
And, to top it off, Obama had twenty percent of North Carolina Democrats vote for no preference rather than for him in the primary, an embarrassment. But last night’s results in West Virginia were more exciting. Sure, our dictator did get 59% of the vote in the primary, but 41% of Democrats in that state voted for a better presidential candidate, one Keith Judd. Even taking into account West Virginians do not like our president, who favors chicken excrement and wind over coal as a source of energy, coal being the major part of the state’s economy, the primary vote is more than an embarrassment, it’s a stunner.
Keith Judd was not able to run a campaign, but still got 41% of the vote. And Mr. Judd is currently serving time in a federal prison in Texas. Imagine what he could have done if he were able to run a campaign. One of Judd’s political themes is belief in the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which states the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
Barack Obama does not support the meaning of the 10th Amendment, assuming he is aware of the text, nor does he support anything stated in our Constitution, unless it is to his advantage. That is the progressive Democrat way.
So, in West Virginia, we had one criminal running against another criminal, for the Democrat presidential candidate, and the one currently in the slammer got 41% of the vote against the incumbent. Will be interesting to see what sort of spin the Left Media, LM, puts on this night of hell. Go Keith Judd!