Saturday, September 25, 2010

Red Carpet needed!

Looking for a swath of red carpet to roll out for President Obama, welcoming him back to Wisconsin.

I mean, come on...Senator Feingold and Mayor Barrett really need your help right now Mr. President.

Mr. President, just ignore the lowest approval ratings of your presidency and the idea that most Americans are less likely to support a candidate that you support.

See CNN poll:

A solid majority of all Americans -- 56 percent -- say that Obama has fallen short of their expectations. As a result, the president is not in a position to help struggling Democratic candidates; only 37 percent of likely voters say they are more likely to vote for a congressional candidate backed by Obama.

Come to Wisconsin anyway, Mr. President! I am certain we can rustle up some red carpet from somewhere!

...or better yet...perhaps you can give us some more of the useless stimulus money and we can buy you a new red carpet!


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