• Listen to Obama Drag His Fellow Democrats Kicking and Screaming Into Defeat…Again

    If you’re a Democrat listening to this interview President Obama granted to the Reverend Al Sharpton, odds are pretty good that you’re either:

    a) throwing a blunt object
    b) shouting a string of profanities
    c) both of the above

    Despite even the president’s most trusted former adviser David Axelrod admitting that it was a mistake for Obama to proclaim a few weeks ago that his policies are “on the ballot” in 2014, oops, he did it again.

    These are all folks who vote with me; they have supported my agenda in Congress,” POTUS insisted. “These are folks who are strong allies and supporters of me.”

    If you see any liberal lawmakers today, don’t be surprised to find them with red countenances…you know, from all of the face-palms they’ve been engaging in.

    What’s obvious here is that Obama cares more about making himself feel better than he does about actually helping his fellow Democrats. “A lot of the states that are contested this time are states that I didn’t win,” he told Sharpton, as he brushed it all off his shoulder. “And so, some of the candidates there — it is difficult for them to have me in the state, because the Republicans will use that to try to fan Republican turnout.”

    Or, you know, it could be that Barack Hussein Obama = POISON in 2014. Same diff, right?

    According to El Prezzo, he has instructed Democrats to “do what you need to win.” So that whole embarrassment about who Alison Lundergan Grimes voted for was just a part of his master plan, then? Because if that’s the case, it sort of backfired.

    This isn’t about my feelings being hurt,” Obama said. Which is a sure sign that his feelings being hurt is EXACTLY what this is about. If he truly cared to help his party this year, Obama would just be cutting candidates those big fatty checks from all of his fundraisers and then shutting the heck up. But his ego won’t allow it. The result? It’s shellacking time…

    Matt Fox

    Senior Editor

    Fox has history in broadcasting that spans two decades. From his early days as an FM host and club DJ in the mid-90′s to his later experiences in political talk radio, he has always had a knack for combining topical news with his love for popular culture. Those experiences culminated in his position as executive producer for several radio shows featured in the TALKERS Heavy 100. Originally from New York, Fox has made the great pilgrimage down to sunny south Florida.

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