Do you think Obama is headed for an easy win? If so look at these three states where he lost 40% or more of the vote where he was unopposed or opposed by an unknown or by a criminal...
President Obama lost more than 40 percent of the vote in the Arkansas
and Kentucky Democratic primaries, despite little-to-no opposition.
lost 42 percent of the vote to the “uncommitted” option in Kentucky and
more than 40 percent to little-known attorney John Wolfe in Arkansas —
the latest example of the incumbent president failing to win significant
shares of votes in an uncompetitive contest.
the West Virginia Primary a federal inmate who is running for president
won 42 percent of the vote. According to the Associated Press, Keith
Judd is serving time at the Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution in
Texas for making threats at the University of New Mexico in 1999.
Nearly 52,000 West Virginia voters voted for the Texas inmate. It seems
pretty obvious that many of them had never heard of him and simply
checked the box for “the other guy who is not Barack Obama” when they
went to the polling booth. With 70,348 voters, Obama won the primary
with 57 percent.
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