Coulda Been Betta


Maybe the president is trying out themes for his reelection bid. How about this – “Hey, it coulda been worse!”

That was President Obama’s pitch to Wisconsin citizens yesterday who might think the jobs situation isn’t anything for the Democrats to be bragging about.

While the prez was campaigning in Wisconsin, Leftist Senator Russ Feingold was nowhere to be seen.

Public Policy Polling took a look at the Wisconsin Senate race, and finds that Senator Russ Feingold is potentially in for big trouble. His approval rating is a tepid 42/42 split, and he earns only 45% of the vote against his two largely unknown challengers, Ron Johnson and Dave Westlake. Johnson and Westlake get 43% and 38%, respectively. The President is upside-down in his approval at 45%-50%, while majorities oppose Obama’s health care plan.

Apparently, Wisconsin voters think it coulda been betta.

3 Responses to “Coulda Been Betta”

  1. 1 Ilene

    While campaigning he tries to placate hurting people, empty suit.

  2. 2 mrDarcy

    The man is analogous to a blow fly that incessantly lays its eggs on dead animal carcasses, or in Obama’s case, he needs to drop his academic insights atop undesired pieces of legislation.

    I’d like to claim I dislike the guy but that would mean I actually have a care for him, which I do not. I have no faith, hope, or trust in Obama, who has demonstrated repeatedly an unwavering devotion to his self and not the American people.

    I’m so very tired of his elitist denigration of America while it burns down uncontrolled and all around him, as he continues to allege that the “one” we had been waiting oh-so-long to arrive and make America “right”.

    These are the remarks of Narcissus – a man so impassioned by his own image (or perhaps ego) in the public’s eye that he squanders away his potential to amount to anything useful.

    “I found solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s race.”

    “I cannot swallow whole the view of Lincoln as the Great Emancipator.”

    “I have the solutions to repair our economy.”

    “I don’t take money from lobbyists.”

    “I have clean connections, unlike my opponents and most of Washington.”

    “I believe in fairness, not tactics, to win elections.”

    “I never heard sermons at Trinity like those being played on YouTube and by the mainstream media.”

    “I found this national debt, doubled, wrapped in a big bow waiting for me as I stepped into the Oval Office.”

    “I consider it part of my responsibility as President of the United States to fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear.” [And where is this responsibility defined in the Constitution? It’s not. This exists only in Obama’s inflated head.]

    “I’m grateful that President Ortega did not blame me for things that happened when I was three months old.”

    “I would be remiss if I did not acknowledge the considerable controversy that your generous decision has generated. In part, this is because I am at the beginning, and not the end, of my labors on the world stage.”

    “I was down there a month ago, before most of these talking heads were even paying attention to the Gulf.”

    “I don’t sit around talking to experts because this is a college seminar. We talk to these folks because they potentially have the best answers, so I know whose ass to kick.”

    “As far as I am concerned BP is responsible for this.”

  3. 3 Ilene

    To me he is the shoulda, woulda, guy who is the emptiest suit since Carter.

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