Thursday, October 04, 2012

The coming bowel movement

If Empty Chairs Could Talk

Res Ipsa Loquitor

I think we've all been wondering how, and how long it will take, for media to turn Obama's humiliating debate performance into an explainable anomaly.  He's normally so quick on his feet  in unrehearsed scenarios, don't you know; it had to be something.  Here's the best one I heard.

Bob Woodward earlier explained that there had to have been some deeply disturbing news—about a world situation, or family— that reached him just prior to air-time.  "When the onion is peeled," Woodward said, we'll find out what it was. 

Nice try Bob.  But, wait.  You may  have blindly stumbled onto  something. This?


President Obama reelection campaign, rattled by his Wednesday night debate performance, could be in for even worse news. According to knowledgeable sources, a national magazine and a national web site are preparing a blockbuster donor scandal story.

Sources told Secrets that the Obama campaign has been trying to block the story. But a key source said it plans to publish the story Friday or, more likely, Monday.

The Obama campaign has received hundreds of millions in small dollar donations, many via credit card donations through their website. On Thursday, the campaign announced a record September donor haul of $150 million.

The article does mention that the 2008 Obama campaign let donors use "largely untraceable prepaid credit cards to evade limits and mask a contributor's identity."  There was no investigations, nor follow-up however.


Billll said...

He gives your money to the Muslim Brotherhood, and they kick a percentage back to his re-election fund.

It's the Chicago way.

Anonymous said...

BFD. He turned off the address verification for credit cards in 2008 & the media gave us *crickets*

I doubt if Univision & "Fast & Furious" doesn't rattle him, this will end up being an oops, but we're not going to fix it.


Jess said...

I'm thinking even those as dense as granite are beginning to think: "Where in the hell was the media?"

Be dense, I mean those that are "undecided" voters. What's to decide? Certain destruction, or a chance of survival? Those on the Titanic, when faced with a similar situation, found the water to be quite cold.

Esteve said...

Donor scandal? Holder will get right on it.

DougM said...

If he actually gets rattled by the prospect of bad news,
then get his woosie butt the heck out'a the White House.
This ain't about debatin' style, it's about presidentin'.

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