In a shocking revelation from West Virginia's Tuesday democratic primary election, convicted felon Keith Judd took 41% at the polls, raking in a whopping 72,000 of the votes.
Compared to Barack Nobama's paltry showing of a mere 106,000 votes, taking in only 59% of the liberal democratic votes, Keith Judd won a landslide victory of grass-roots citizen protest, notwithstanding his actual loss in the election.
Speaking of polls, Barack Nobama is at an all-time low in a recent (January, 2012) Gallup poll in W.V.
Descending ever downward, Nobama now is barely creeping along on life support in that state with a 32.7% approval rating, with 57.9% of that state's resident's firmly disapproving of Mr. Nobama's job performance since taking office.
Although Nobama maintains a support network of 10+ ultra liberal states such as NY, CA and IL, amongst others, the majority of the polls are showing very low approval ratings throughout the United States. With an average of around 30% approval in 38 states, and reciprocally higher numbers disapproving of his job performance, the message is clear: the writing is on the wall for the Nobama campaign. More Americans want him OUT of office than in.
The W.V. election results and even more current polling results appear to indicate that the Nobama campaign is in a serious world of hurt politically speaking. Even the mainstream media outlets seem to be cutting their losses and have become ever more critical of his policies, job performance and failure to keep the multitude of now broken campaign promises.
One of the hot button issues that Nobama ran on in 2007 was that he would immediately close Guantanamo Bay and free the war prisoners there. Still other citizens, perhaps of lesser intellect, firmly believed that Nobama was literally going to give them 'free money', cars, homes, etc. Numerous news reporters all over the US interviewed urban area blacks, with the typical expected results from the entitlement liberal mindset. Many poor to middle income liberals are now angry with Nobama for what they now perceive as a betrayal on his part in not supplying them with the 'free money' that they expected him to provide.
Add in a general disillusionment amongst the youth vote with Nobama and what you are left with is a tenuous at best uphill battle for Barry Soretoro this coming November. People may not be energized or fired up about Romney, but the message is clear: No more Nobama, period.
Most people have found it to be quite shocking that a man who was convicted of extortion and is now serving a 17 1/2 year sentence at a Federal Correctional Institution in Texarkana, TX can give Mr. Nobama more than just a fair run for his money. The fact that he did it with absolutely no delegate, financial or campaign support while serving behind bars speaks volumes and should really be making BHO shake in his shoes concerning this November's general election.
Expect to see massive damage and spin control unleashed in the coming months. Nobama's crew will attempt to bury or eviscerate all media reports of this event and successive similar events as is their usual modus operandi.
The heightened level of contempt for everything that Nobama says and does these days should give every Republication, Tea Party member, moderate, libertarian and even some liberals an optimistic outlook that there is in fact hope and change coming in the near future. The only problem for Nobama is, it won't be his game plan, and he won't be part of the team.