• Nobody Likes Obama: From Black Voters To Senate Democrats

    The video above shows Alaska Senator Mark Begich refusing to say if he voted for Barack Obama in 2012 and 2008. Begich is currently in danger of losing his Senate seat, so he’s trying to distance himself from Obama. Add Begich to the growing list of (white) Democrats (Alison Lundergan Grimes, Michelle Nunn, Natalie Tennant) running for office who are now publicly ashamed of their past support for Barry.

    And it’s not just Democrats struggling to save their political careers who’ve dumped Obama. Black voters, Obama’s most ardent bloc, walked out on The One at a recent campaign event for Maryland Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown.

    “A steady stream of people walked out of the auditorium while he spoke,” Reuters reports.

    “It sort of confirms what many of us, a lot of us have thought for some time–that the rock star image of President Obama is no more, and he is just not as interesting to people as he once was,” Brit Hume said Monday on Fox News. “Members of his party are somewhat uninterested and demoralized fearing a big Republican win in a few weeks, and that race in Maryland, the Democrat is well ahead. The average suggests that race has already been won and so the urgency of the political situation there.”


    Polls have Obama hovering at historic lows. One Politico poll out today says Americans rate former President George W. Bush as a more effective manager of government than President Obama.


    Poor Barry must be losing his lunch. He’s been babied by a loving, supporting media since his 2004 DNC “Red State Blue State” speech. But now that people can measure his policies against the promises he made, it’s not looking good for Obama.

    There are even black voters in Ferguson and St. Louis ,MO., that are now showing open and direct anger at Obama and the Democratic Party.

    It’s hard to feel sorry for people who voted Obama. I mean, he stood on a debate stage and promised to keep Big Bird employed.

    But the country is out of control, despite it taking six years of Obama for 60-plus percent of America to realize that.

    My hope is that people put partisanship aside and continue to wake up.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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