Ha! Obama Leads by 7...In Primary!

The Weekly Standard is reporting that a new poll of Arkansas Democrats shows Barack Obama receiving support from only 45 percent of Democratic primary voters in Arkansas’s Fourth Congressional District.

Just 7 points behind him is his Democratic primary opponent. That's seven points behind with 17 percent undecided.

Please. Please. Let those folks come out and vote for Tennessee lawyer John Wolfe, Jr. This would be hilarious if he were to lose a state, especially the home of Bill Clinton.

Hey, Obama nearly lost to a prison inmate in West Virginia. That awesome story was ignored by the media but if Obama were to lose in Arkansas, he wouldn't be on the ballot. That would be something the media couldn't ignore.

Wolfe is anti-Obamacare and pro-traditional marriage. He said "the momentum is good.”

Wolfe is also competing against Obama in Texas’s May 29 primary.

Please. Please. Please. Let this happen. Just so we could laugh and watch the media try to spin this.

Comments

  1. What's Keith Judd... chopped liver?

    http://reaganiterepublicanresistance.blogspot.com/2012/05/there-is-real-choice-america-vote-keith.html

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  2. I think it would be great if Obama were to lose the Arkansas primary.....however, he will be on their ballot in November even if he loses the primary.

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  3. "Ha! Obama Leads by 7...In Primary!"

    I guess you could say that's funny. What's not so funny is that Obama will still get another four years in office. The country is too far gone and on top of that, the Republican party is also worthless, as evidenced by their latest establishment nominee. They should have just not even bothered having a primary given that it was a foregone conclusion before the first vote was even cast that Romney would be establishment's nominee force-fed on the party this year. Same thing for McCain in '08 and Bush in '00.

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  4. I don't understand US election processes, but is that possible? Obama would not be on the ballot if Arkansas' 17% moved against him? Not up for re-election?

    And what are the chances of such a wonderful thing happening?

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  5. Romnney won't be much of a "victory"...unless you like lying flip flopping crooked Mormons.

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  6. @Anonymous: over lying radical fascist corrupt members-of-Black-Liberation-Theology-churches? Bring on the Romney.

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