Pruden: Not even Bubba could dispel the gloom of a wake

27 Oct

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Something really scary for Obama’s Democrats
Wesley Pruden, The Washington Times

This is one Mr. Deeds who apparently isn’t going to town. The collapse of the Democratic campaign for governor of Virginia speaks volumes – chapters, anyway – about what the body politic is trying to tell Barack Obama’s Democrats.

Suddenly, the White House is treating the bereft Mr. Deeds as if he’s on the fourth day of a three-day underarm deodorant pad. Bill Clinton, accustomed to speaking to cheering thousands at a hundred grand a pop, was dispatched the other night to a Deeds rally to set the throng on fire with one of his late-October stumpwallopers. The rally, such as it was, was held not at an arena or a hotel – not even a Motel 6 – but in a campaign office in the Washington suburbs. The “throng” was counted in the dozens, about the size of a PTA meeting. Not even Bubba could dispel the gloom of a wake.

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One Response to “Pruden: Not even Bubba could dispel the gloom of a wake”

  1. Frank October 27, 2009 at 4:25 pm #

    What’s the saddest part is Deeds is basically out of money. He’s completely cut his ad spending for the final week, and there’s this new site out on him http://www.discoverdeeds.com

    game over.

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