Yesterday Barack Obama wobbled over to Wisconsin to campaign against Scott Walker. For days Obama Dimocrats touted the great visit. The race for governor in Wisconsin was usually a tie or one candidate would be a few points ahead of the other candidate. It was all within the margin of error. Obama Dimocrats knew that a visit by Barack Obama would be decisive. Obama Dimocrats publicized the visit for maximum effect. This was the game changer claimed Obama Dimocrats. Barack Obama himself would enter the gates of Madison to bestow his glory upon the Obama Dimocrat and assure a great victory.
Today, one day after Obama’s transfusion of support in Wisconsin, the real game changer arrived. Wow: Walker opens up seven point lead among likely voters in final Marquette poll.
Should Walker prevail, he will have, in the space of four years, outlasted the occupation of the state legislature by union and other left-wing activists, survived a recall election—the first governor in U.S. history to do so—and earned a second term in his own right, all while governing as a conservative in one of the bluest states in the nation. Liberal organizations have dedicated more time and money to beating Walker than any other Republican, and yet Walker has taken everything these liberal groups have thrown his way and still come out on top.
If Walker wins on November 4, Republicans should nominate him by acclamation, right then and there, to be their 2016 presidential candidate. The GOP needs a fighter who can step into the ring and dish out as much as he can take, not another man with a glass jaw.
Ebola Obama struck again.
Ebola Obama is a contagion that makes the ears as well as the eyes bleed blood. SSSttttttttttoooooooooooooppppppp!
But he won’t stop. Last week Obama stuck his bony posterior into Georgia. Barack Obama can’t actually be seen in Georgia so Obama flew in via radio waves:
JACKSON — We told you earlier this week about President Barack Obama’s call-in to V-103 in Atlanta to fire up Democratic base voters, in lieu of an in-person visit.
The audio of the interview belatedly posted today and it included a quote coming to an attack ad near you:
“If Michelle Nunn wins, that means that Democrats keep control of the Senate. And that means that we can keep on doing some good work. So it is critically important to make sure that folks vote.”
In the respected New Jersey-based pollster’s latest survey, 49 percent of voters back Perdue – a near majority – versus a disappointing 41 percent for Nunn.
SurveyUSA earlier noted the change from B.O. to P.O (“Before Obama” to “Post Obama”):
One week ago, Nunn led Republican David Perdue by 2 points, 46% to 44%. Today, in a dramatic reversal, Perdue is on top, 48% to 45%, a 5-point right turn in one of the nation’s most high-visibility contests.
Ebola Obama cannot be quarantined and no travel ban will deter him from his destructive path. Well… maybe a golf course….
The other Ebola Obama can also coffin a campaign. Michelle Obama campaigned for Bill Bailey against Joni Ernst and today Joni Ernst is till riding high on the hog, 49% to 45%.
Ebola Obama a.k.a. Obola, strikes not just individuals but entire groups:
This number jumped out at me from the new Washington Post/ABC News poll: It showed that, among Latinos, 50 percent say it doesn’t matter who wins the Senate come November. And among those who do think it will matter, twice as many say it would be a good thing (30 percent) if the GOP took over as say it would be a bad thing (15 percent).
This is a demographic, we will remind you, that voted 71-27 for President Obama just two years ago. And only 15 percent are concerned about a GOP-controlled Senate.
When Ebola Obama strikes there is no cure. There is only prevention. Run away from Ebola Obama or you too will be face side down on the marble slab:
How big of a year is this going to be for Republicans? It’s still hard to tell, one week before voters go to the polls for the midterm elections.
But it could be bigger than you think.
Stu Rothenberg wrote the above before today’s polls emerged like crocuses heralding spring. A bit dated but still informative, Rothenberg continues:
While two races are likely to go to a runoff (Louisiana in December and Georgia in early January), Republicans now appear well-positioned to take over six Democratic seats: Alaska, Arkansas, Louisiana, Montana, South Dakota and West Virginia.
Colorado and Iowa continue to be more difficult to call.
Republican Rep. Cory Gardner seems to have a slight edge in Colorado, and Republican Joni Ernst is no worse than even money in Iowa. If both win, a Republican takeover of the Senate is virtually guaranteed. Even if only one wins, GOP control will be likely.
Democrats now seem to have only two opportunities: Kansas and Georgia.
Republican Sen. Pat Roberts is drawing a very dangerous 45 percent in hypothetical ballot tests in Kansas and running even with independent Greg Orman. But Republicans have a strong advantage in TV advertising in the final week, and the state’s GOP bent presents a challenge for Orman. [snip]
As Election Day approaches, both South Dakota and Kentucky look more like mirages rather than realistic Democratic opportunities.[snip]
New Hampshire GOP challenger Scott P. Brown trails Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen by only a couple of points, roughly the same situation facing North Carolina Republican challenger Thom Tillis, who trails Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan.[snip]
The fight for the House doesn’t involve control, but it still looks increasingly dangerous for Democrats.
Recent polls have Scott Brown leading in New Hampshire. Recent polls have Tillis ahead in North Carolina. Just about every poll has Cory Gardner ahead in Colorado. With crazed ads like this one from NARAL on the attack, Cory Garnder has nothing to fear:
NARAL must not have heard that Gardner believes in over-the-counter sales of contraceptives. Good thing that it’s a man lecturing that woman about the great condom shortage in the ad. A Condom shortage caused by Cory Gardner? Are they nuts? Yup. What a campaign! It’s as if the Ebola Obama campaign has gone to Obama Dimocrats heads and bled the brain out.
Scott Brown does have something to worry about. There’s a debate in New Hampshire tomorrow night and the moderator is a pal of Scott’s opponent. Watch out Scott Brown, the only thing that will assure you of victory is a visit from Ebola Obama to New Hampshire.
Ebola Obama is not good for your health care either. 214,000 doctors will opt out of ObamaCare. Yup. Less than half of doctors in insurance directories may be available.
Ebola Obama afflicts across international borders too. The latest Ebola Obama attack was against Benjamin Netanyahu as a “chickensh*t”. The reason for Obama henchmen’s smears against the Israeli Prime Minister are odd indeed:
Netanyahu considered attacking Iran, we pressured him not to do it, and now we’re mocking him as a “chickensh*t” for taking our advice? Logically, doesn’t that make The One “King Chickensh*t”? I’ve re-read that boldfaced part five times now and I still can’t quite process it. Not only are they sneering at Bibi for adopting the White House’s own policy, they’re flatly admitting — boasting even — that they made Iran’s nuclear program attack-proof. A bombing run might have worked three years ago but it won’t work now, thanks to … Uncle Sam’s delay tactics on behalf of Tehran. Iran might as well name its first ICBM the “Barack.” You’re welcome, A-holes.
This latest attack and reasoning against Netanyahu informs the world that Ebola Obama is in the last stage of infection. It’s the stage when the brain needs a condom and the mouth needs a sock.
Ebola Obama kills. Run away. Keep it at bay.