Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Primary Night Recap

Obama Loses Votes in West a TEXAS inmate!

From the Daily Mail in the UK because the MSM doesn't want you to know....
Prisoner Keith Judd got 40% of vote in West Virginia to Obama's 60%
Inmate 11593-051 got on ballot by paying $2,500 fee and filing forms
Attracting 15% of vote normally qualifies candidate for a delegate to the Democratic National Convention
Just how unpopular is President Obama in some parts of the country? Enough that a man in a Texas prison received four out of 10 votes in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary.

Inmate Keith Judd, 53, is serving 17 years for extortion at the Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution. He was sentenced in 1999 for making threats against the University of New Mexico and is due to be released on June 24 next year.

With 93 per cent of precincts reporting, Obama was receiving just under 60 per cent of the vote to Judd's 40 per cent.

Obama's Favorite RINO Senator Gets Das Boot

We move to Indiana where Richard Mourdock beat Dick Lugar by 20 points. The latest polling data had Lugar losing by 10. This was a landslide of historic proportions. It was a Tea Party victory from top to bottom. Dick Lugar hasn't lived in Indiana for years. He's the senator from Indiana, and when he goes back there he has to stay in friends' homes or hotels. He does not have a home in the state that he represents. It's usually Democrats that do that. Also, Dick Lugar sent mailers to REPUBLICAN voters saying Mourdock was going to close the federal dept of Education, as if that were something bad. The guy became a liberal.

Scott Walker Fights Off Union Thuggery and Cashola, Earns More Votes than Dems Combined!

Scott Walker, facing no real competition, won over 600,000 votes in yesterday's primary. His vote total was just about equal to ALL the votes cast in the competitive Democrat primary. This shouldn't have happened. It suggests that, going into next month's recall vote, Walker has a solid base of support while Democrats face a serious enthusiasm gap. Looks like Big Labor wasted another few million of its members' money.

For those keeping score at home, let's recap: Big Labor spent millions to support their preferred candidate, Kathleen Falk, only to see her lose by 18 points. The winner of the Democrat primary, Tom Barrett, refused to participate in a 'unity rally' because he worried about being too associated with Big Labor. And, Big Labor's chief nemesis, Scott Walker, attracted at least as much support as all the Democrat candidates combined. Even though he wasn't in a competitive race.

Host State of Dem Convention Smacks Down Plank in Radical Liberal Agenda

The good people of North Carolina joined 31 other states in affirming that Marriage is between a man and a woman, a position that Candidate Obama had in 2008. However, since this man is so desperate and cannot run on his own economic record, he unleashes a hateful statement denouncing the state's citizens who voted for the traditional definition of marriage. His statement incorrectly (or libelously?) says that the amendment outlaws civil unions. He sent out Biden to put up trial balloons about marriage and all he got was his pathetic brooks brothers wearing spokesman to get laughed at as he said Obama's position was "evolving". What a joke. Now, this morning, feeling he can get some momentum with the far left, he says that "personally" he believes that gays should be allowed to marry. this man will say and do anything for power. Disturbing.

Polling Numbers

Rasmussen Tracking 5/6 - 5/8 1500 LV 44Obama 49Romney Romney +5
Gallup Tracking 5/2 - 5/8 2200 RV44Obama 47Romney Romney +3