...for delaying Obama's "comeback tour."
You heard it first on WhiteNewsNow.com folks, "Dat hercane be's wacist!"
Obama Needs Good Timing on Hope Rollercoaster If the independents who delivered the White House to Obama in 2008, the House to Republicans in 2010 and who will decide the 2012 election are disappointed again, it could doom Obama.
Is it Too Late for Obama to Turn his Fortunes Around, or Too Soon?“We operate under the assumption that the president will be a negative for us.”-- Aide to a Democratic senator talking to Power Play about the role the president will have on the 2012 election.Hurricane Irene may yet chase President Obama out of his Martha’s Vineyard retreat. Even if the winds don’t force the media-conscious president’s early departure, concern of being away from the seat of government during a natural disaster may do the trick.Certainly the storm will deny the president the start of his scheduled comeback tour: the dedication of the Martin Luther King monument in Washington. Obama, who often invokes the slain civil rights leader in his own defense, will not be able to stand at King’s feet as he tries to get back on track with an antagonized electorate.(Former Obama Green jobs czar Van Jones said the storm should be re-named “Hurricane David Duke” for the disruption.)