President Obama seems kind of let’s say “lethargic” at his rallies. What you have when you have no record to run on. Breitbart has a great post on this.
British Daily Mail
Another remarkable thing is that many of those at Obama’s events – like many people across the country – are not listening to him. In Reno on Tuesday evening, it was at times hard to follow what Obama was saying because of the chatter.
A number of those attending seemed only to want to get a picture of themselves with Obama speaking in the background. In 2008, audiences would be rapt, almost mesmerized, when Obama spoke. At Romney and Ryan events there is near silence and many an intent, furrowed brow as the case for change is made.
In Las Vegas, the crowd chanted ‘Yes We Can’ before Obama appeared but it sounded like a dirge rather than the perky, upbeat chant of 2008. It was so different that one local reporter even walked over to me to ask what they were chanting.
42 months of unemployment above 8 percent, 8.2 million people working part-time who want full-time work, a record 88 million Americans not in the labor force, 1.5 percent GDP growth in the past quarter, more bad GDP numbers expected, a stagnant housing market, $5 trillion in new debt, the downgrading of the U.S. credit rating, 38 percent of Americans living paycheck to paycheck, 45 million Americans on food stamps, food prices continuing to increase dramatically, the poverty level likely to rise to the highest level in nearly fifty years The recession that ended three years ago this summer has been followed by the feeblest economic recovery since the Great Depression. And don’t give me the BS about the Republicans hindering the job creation, the Republicans have sent more than 40 jobs bills to the Senate, which continue to sit on Democrat Senate Leader Harry Reid’s desk. These bills will put Americans back to work.
Obama’s campaign is listless and energy less. It appears he is just going through the motions, since he really doesn’t like the job, anyway. A Romney landslide is likely, save the rampant Democrat voter fraud and the inevitable Democrat October surprise.
Basically, I think he’s a very lazy man from all that I’ve read and heard. Maybe, fortunately for us, he’s not a serious leftist ideologue. He can have so much fun as an ex-president giving speeches, attending conferences and, best of all, playing lots of golf! The party is not over for him: It just begins in November when we hope he is roundly defeated and the whole world can call us racist when what we actually did was retire him to a bountiful life of speeches, honorary dinners, golf, and, of course, a ghost-written account of his marvelous, earth-shaking presidency!
Instead of retirement, he needs an indictment and sentencing for the crimes he has committed against this Republic. He is a reprobate and does not deserve the honorable title of “Former President.”
As a former President, he will never have to work another day in his life and the money will just keep rolling in like it does for Bill Clinton. It’s one of the sweetest deals on planet Earth.
Rubbing it in. Here is a picture of a Romney/Ryan rally over the weekend in Powell, OH.