Update: Check out the results from the Kentucky counties neighboring Ohio – Obama’s losing to “uncommitted”.
The Arkansas Democratic Primary results will come in later (8:30 p.m. ET). The chances of an outright Obama loss is small, but KEEP HOPE ALIVE.
Forbes.com listed several reasons why the Facebook IPO was a bust. One reason cited was “Mark Zuckerberg’s disdain for investors…. Zuckerberg’s view of shareholders is like President Obama’s view of blue collar workers. He needs them but secretly laughs at them.”
Today the laughed at – laugh back. Democrat John Wolfe For President!
In a real world way those of us who ask Arkansas voters to vote for Democrat John Wolfe For President have already won. We’re already extracting, like a dentist a tough tooth, sorely needed money from the Obama campaign coffers:
“If Barack Obama experiences an upset in Arkansas’s Democratic primary today, it won’t be for lack of trying. The Obama campaign and the Democratic party have spent significant resources in Arkansas, while an unknown primary challenger has threatened the president’s ability to win the support of the state’s Democrats.”
Democrat John Wolfe is slapping Barack Obama’s face:
“Now the people have a choice,” Wolfe says. “I think that the people think Obama isn’t listening to them.” He cites the doubletalk by Obama and national Democrats regarding private equity and Wall Street bankers.
“He criticizes Wall Street during the day, and at night he goes into these luxurious soirees with the bankers,” Wolfe says. “He leaves those meetings with millions.”
Kentucky votes tonight as well and it has a line for “uncommitted” in the primary opposite Chicago Obama. We might hear a resounding slap from Daniel Boone country too.
The slaps are needed. Obama and his party of Obaminations won’t listen. Consider the NC student on pro-Obama teacher who berated him: “She doesn’t want to hear anything but what she believes in”
Consider Democrat Arthur Davis (he’s black Barack so put down that race card). Arthur Davis has woken up and is a solid Democrats not an Obama Dimocrat:
“It’s hard to imagine a more instructive couple of days for those who want to know where the Democratic Party’s head is at: its only high-profile African American moderate just got a brushback pitch for leaning in too close to the Independent thought zone; the Obama camp looks ominously like a cult of personality that tolerates no dissent; and the reelection campaign just doubled down on the European leftist notion that business is fair only when it operates in a sanitized, risk free manner.
As for Booker, my hope is that the pushback won’t turn him into just another faux centrist who won’t risk offending his base. He already looks a little less brave and a lot more conventional after the forgive me video from the bunker he released on Sunday. In fairness, a public servant with his gifts and history with Obama deserved much better.”
Davis is saying pretty much what student Hunter Rogers is saying and what Hillary Clinton supporters have been saying. The Obama cult of personality is Stalinist and totalitarian.
It’s one thing for Republican Chris Christie to say about Obama:
“He is the most ill-prepared person to assume the presidency in my lifetime,” Christie told some 600 Kentucky Republicans at a Lexington hotel. “This is a guy who literally is walking around in a dark room trying to find the light switch of leadership.” [snip]
“He has sat in the Oval Office and cared more about posing and preening and making partisan politics the rule of the day in Washington D.C. than he’s cared about progress,” the New Jersey Republican, now in his third year in office, said of Obama.”
It’s one thing for Republican Marco Rubio to say of Obama, “We have not seen such a divisive figure in modern American history as we have over the last three and a half years.”
But Christie and Rubio are not alone. Democrats are nauseated by Obama:
“Obama Campaign Does Damage Control After Dems Question Anti-Bain Strategy
The Obama campaign is in full damage-control mode one day after Newark Mayor Cory Booker publicly derided Democrats’ assault on presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney over his record at Bain Capital. [snip]
Booker is not the only Democrat to question the aggressive, negative portrayal of Romney’s work in private equity. Former Tennessee Rep. Harold Ford Jr. said today he agreed with “the substance” of Booker’s comments and “would not have backed out.”
“I agree with him, private equity is not a bad thing. Matter of fact, private equity is a good thing in many, many instances,” the Democrat said in a separate appearance on MSNBC earlier in the day.
Former Obama administration economic adviser Steven Rattner made similar comments last week, calling a new Obama campaign TV ad attacking Romney’s role in the bankruptcy of a Bain-owned steel company “unfair.”
“Bain Capital’s responsibility was not to create 100,000 jobs or some other number. It was to create profits for its investors,” Rattner said. ”‘It did it superbly well, acting within the rules, acting very responsibly. … This is part of capitalism, this is part of life. I don’t think there’s anything Bain Capital did that they need to be embarrassed about.”
For telling the truth Cory Booker was sent to a Stalinist reeducation camp. When asked if the Obama campaign demanded the forced confession North Korea style from Booker the lies flowered like weeds. Yup, the Obama campaign caught lying about whether they asked Cory Booker to backtrack on Bain.
Democrat Ed Rendell supports Booker, not Obama. “Rendell: Hey, can you believe these Bain attacks from Obama?:
As for Booker, “I admire him,” Rendell said. “People in politics should tell the truth. He could have qualified it better, he could have framed it better, but if you’re in this business, none of us like negative ads.”
If Democrats don’t seem to be into Obama these days, it’s perhaps because Obama has never really been into them.
That’s right. The Obama cult of personality is not a political party. The Obama cult of personality is a Stalinist totalitarian corruption. Like Stalin, Mao or North Korean boy leaders, Ich bin die parte und die partie bin ich:
“Dems wait by phone for Obama
He doesn’t call. He doesn’t write. He doesn’t drop by for a visit.
That’s what some of the most senior Democrats in Congress are experiencing from President Barack Obama these days.
Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) is trying to cut a deal on the nation’s fiscal crisis, but he can’t recall the last time he talked to the president. Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) is in charge of one of Obama’s top priorities — preventing a rate increase on student loans — but he hasn’t talked to the president in months. And Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) is the go-to guy on high gas prices, but the chairman of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee hasn’t spoken to the president much since the previous Congress.”
It’s not as if there is anything to do right?
If you are not a Facebook billionaire, a celebrity. a sports star or coughing up money, Obama does not want to see you. It’s pay to play. It’s all pay to play. Obama is pay to play (and gay for pay). Facebook is pay to play.
We started by addressing why Facebook’s IPO failed and the anti-white working class contempt of Obama. Let’s end with the corruption of pay to play at Facebook. Consider another reason why the Facebook IPO has been such a bust:
“Facebook left nothing for the common investor. The insider pig pile of PE firms and celebrity Silicon Valley angels took it all. This is a rather new, post-Sarbanes-Oxley fact and it should make Americans very, very angry. When Microsoft when public in 1986, its market value was $780 million. Microsoft’s market value would rise more than 700 times in the next 13 years. Bill Gates made millionaires of thousands of ordinary public investors. When Google went public in 2004 at a $23 billion valuation, it left less on the table for you and me. Still, if you had invested in Google then and held your stock, you would be sitting atop a 9x return. Zuckerberg and his Facebook friends took it all.”
They took it all but called everyone a “friend”. Friends like this no one needs. Those sexist misogynist creeps at Facebook need a slap and maybe jail as well. Hopefully the wheels of justice are turning.
As to Barack Obama, tonight Arkansas might continue the slapping process to an unprecedented degree. Arkansas voters have already forced Obama to spend money in their state. Arkansas voters might force Obama to face the fact that he is where he is not wanted. Go Arkansas!