Put this one down in the "duh!" category. Tell me something I didn't already know. The problem for his O ness is that the folks who love him won't vote this mid-term, so all of his peeps (even the ones running away from him )are going down. The only thing that will help dems salvage a couple of seats is the craziness of the teabag folks. (Did Sarah light really start a political spot by saying "I am not a witch"?Okkkkaaayy then.) But, other than that, things are looking bleak. Independent white voters already shot their liberal guilt load and there will be no more votes for the beige man. It's that simple.
Here in Pistolvania the dems are trailing in all the polls, and there is a full fledged rust belt rebellion against all things O in places like Michigan and Ohio. And, over at Radio Rwanda, they are happier than Bishop Eddie in an NFL locker room. (Sorry, low blow.)
But, all is not lost: the good news for you Obamaholics is that O has two years to get his s%^t together. It's time for him to get out of that Ivy League cocoon that he has been living in for the past two years. He has been surrounded by know it all handlers and nerdy wonks, but it looks like he finally broke free and is coming out to see the real world. "Yes we can"? No you can't. Not if you don't stop working on your golf game and playing college professor in the beltway. Still, maybe he is starting to get the message, and as a result dems gained some traction. But is it too little too late? I think it is. My man Rahm should have left about a year ago.
Meanwhile, O will be back in Philly again on Sunday to try and stir up the faithful. He is hoping that they will be fired up enough to go out and vote come November 2nd. (Good luck with that) Here in Philly we are getting used to seeing O around these parts. We are just wondering where he has been for the past two years. Oh well, at least The Roots will be playing. I wonder if they will give us a few bars of "Don't feel right"? I think that would be appropriate.