And I’ll bet there are a lot of Dems thinking that very thing. Heck, Biden would have been a better convention closer. For anybody wondering about the real reason that speech Obama delivered last night was moved indoors, imagine the same address being delivered in a half-empty football stadium.

Ace of Spades has a compilation of the collective letdown regarding Obama’s speech last night. That’s excluding the lap dogs at MSNBC of course (Chris Matthews’ head is still visualizing Dem-on-Martian porn).

The problem Obama’s running into is that there are only so many times you can deliver the exact same speeches, and last night was no different. Well — there was an exception: Obama never mentioned the unemployed. He probably already knew about the latest bleak jobs report (the workforce participation rate for men is the lowest since 1948) and didn’t want to make another ad for Romney. I also don’t recall much talk about the national debt either — what a surprise.

Oh, and here’s something that will drive the left even crazier: Clint Eastwood just called President Obama “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people.” Yes, even worse than Milli Vanilli.

Cue the empty chair.

Comments

9 Responses to “Yeah, They Probably Should Have Closed the Convention With Bill Clinton”

  1. jeffythequick on September 7th, 2012 1:26 pm

    Worse than Milli Vanilli?

    Girl, you know it's true.

  2. Doug on September 7th, 2012 1:34 pm
  3. Marshall_Will on September 7th, 2012 1:38 pm

    “Even people on the liberal side are starting to worry about going off a fiscal cliff,” Eastwood said.

    Personally I would have qualified that.

    Mooderates willing to listen to reason ( and basic math ) Independents that DEEPLY regret having bought IN to the hoax and millions of registered knee-jerk Dim's ( that still have some skin in the economy, own a home, are still in the workforce ) "are starting to become AWARE this path is clearly unsustainable!"

    True Liberals (TM) are shoving each other out of the way to be able to lay claim it was 'their' foot on the accelerator when we first cop'd air.

  4. Truesoldier__ on September 7th, 2012 2:13 pm

    Of course there was the irony of the night. During Granholms speech on the "successful auto bailout" some in the crowd held up fans with the Ford logo on it:
    http://washingtonexaminer.com/convention-irony-fo

  5. Truesoldier__ on September 7th, 2012 2:15 pm

    "Yeah, They Probably Should Have Closed the Convention With Bill Clinton"

    With all the problems they had at the convention, from not being able to fill the stadium to the floor fight over God and Jerusalem, they would have been better off not holding the convention at all.

  6. SignPainterGuy on September 7th, 2012 3:05 pm

    "They" may have been better off, but "We" have been handed a real gift !

    The lefty fact-checkers must be contemplating slitting their wrists !

  7. Marshall_Will on September 7th, 2012 3:23 pm

    "I'm going to start? my own Milli Vanilli cover band and call it "I Cant Believe Its Not Milli Vanilli".

    Never sure what the big deal was? It was common practice for many touring acts in the 80's to use fully dubbed vocal tracks during the big stadium shows of that era. I recall there was a class action suit for ticket holders. Doonesbury even poked fun at how common lip sync was.

    There's the Ashlee Simpson incident and it's no secret Madonna etc. use "sweetener" software for their 'vocals'. I say Caveat Emptor. The kind of people that line up so see these shows KNOW their bein' dooped. They just don't GAF. Just like Obama voters. They just want to BELIEVE it's real.

  8. Marshall_Will on September 7th, 2012 3:50 pm

    Make no mistake, as…. Republicans we've GOT our share of problems.

    But the sheer amount of dissention among Donk ranks is unworkable going forward. Their entire platform has been built around, block-voting, LOCK step blind and universal allegiance.

    Is it possible, are any of us willing to consider, there just MIGHT be factions [within] the Dims that ( much as the Tea Party has done ) are trying to reclaim the Party? Is that even possible..?

  9. archer on September 7th, 2012 5:41 pm

    Yeah, They Probably Should Have.

    In fact, they should have forgone the convention all together, rather than continue the lies and fisherman’s exagerations in the intellectualy insulting speeches, and just did the nomination.

    I mean, it’s not like I’m going to start believing it if I hear you lie about it yet again.

    The liberals and socialists may have fooled most of the illiterate, greedy and lazy masses four years ago, and you may be able to fool some of them still but, the rest of us have your number (or lack thereof).

    The Dem convention in a nine second nutshell:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&am

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