Obama Afraid of Voters

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Monday, 25 October 2010

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Washington D.C.--President Obama has flown all over the United States to campaign for Democrats running for election this year. His hope is to keep both the House and the Senate, but that hope seems to be fading fast.

"I just don't think the American voters get it. The economy needs time to heal. I know I really didn't sign any meaningful legislation that would actually help shore up voter confidence in the economy." President Obama told reporters in Las Vegas.

"I also understand why people are willing to join the Tea Party so quickly. They are just plain stupid people that haven't received a quality education like me. I can fix that problem, too, but only if I am given another two years to do it," Obama added.

President Obama was asked why he didn't do it right away, and he said he couldn't do it right away because he really wanted to push other things through while he had a chance.

Obama also mentioned the mid-term elections. "Democrats up for election this year weren't going to vote with me because they feared they would lose their jobs if they did vote with me. These guys basically campaign for two years, so as soon I became president they had to start campaigning for this years election. It isn't a fair system."

When asked if he thought that tread of some Democrats not voting with him would continue even if Democrats maintain both the House and the Senate?

"I think weak minded Democrats won't vote with me because they fear that I am too extreme and I hurt their image, but I just want what is best for the country." Obama said.

Obama did say he would't try to insult the voters anymore than he already has, but did wish that they would open their eyes to the lies of Washington and see the good he is pretending to do for them.

"I believe voters will see through the lies of Karl Rove, and see that, sure, I am afraid of them, but I still want to help them achieve more prosperity in the next two years." Obama said as a thunderous applause arose from the crowd in Las Vegas.

Supporters of Obama didn't take kindly to the fact a lot of people believe Obama is an elitist.

"The President is working hard to improve his image and sure he says things that can be twisted to look like he doesn't think voters are smart enough to vote the right way. But the President really cares about his job, so he is going to fight for everyone that agrees with him," Larry Gold, a supporter of Obama said.

President Obama won't lose any sleep over his comments, but he might lose some sleep in the next two years when he has to come up with a way to save his job.

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