Democrats move Obama speech indoors to 20,000 arena from stadium with 70,000 seats, blame weather.


Hurry, children, or we’ll melt!

Chance of rain today: 0%. Just a few days ago Democrat Frankie Fudrucker denied that the move was even possible and dismissed claims that his peers in Charlotte were concerned that the Messiah appearing in an empty stadium would present the wrong image. I’m sure Dannel Malloy and the other delegates down there will be carrying umbrellas today to show their solidarity with their fearful party meteorologists.


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9 responses to “Democrats move Obama speech indoors to 20,000 arena from stadium with 70,000 seats, blame weather.

  1. Anonymous

    that is some crew in attendance at the DNC….every sh*t kicking serf on a gubmint payckeck combined with hateful, spiteful women. Sandra Fluke was a disgrace….this country has no honor …forget about the economic issues…

    • I have wondered here before whether focusing their convention on expanded abortion rights, atheism, anti-Semitism and sluts for free birth control is the way to Americans’ hearts, but I guess they know their base and are counting on it to propel them to victory. God help us.

  2. Balzac

    About the Democrat convention: Isn’t there something odd about Sandra Fluke complaining that “Many women are shut out and silenced,” while she addresses the rapt nation via multiple broadcasts from a prominent stage?

    Elizabeth Warren is a sympathetic, effective speaker who poses a real challenge for Republicans. Her soft voice, simple hairdo, her femininity, vulnerability, even her glasses bring to mind an experienced and intellectual aunt who’d be fun to spend time with. But her words remind us that she’s more like Karl Marx or Jerry Rubin after an extreme makeover. “Wall Street CEOs—the same ones who wrecked our economy and destroyed millions of jobs—still … acting like we should thank them.” Elizabeth: your party controlled all branches of government in 2009-2011 following the financial crisis. You managed the investigation of the crisis, you wrote the resulting financial regulations. No criminal convictions of financial executives followed, but you cling to the simplistic view that evil men are to blame. In your alternative reality, the guy from the Monopoly game with a silk top hat organized and profited from the meltdown. Please explain that to the executives and shareholders from Bear Stearns, Merrill Lynch, AIG, Citi, and the other firms who lost their net worth and their jobs. In contrast to the rich and greedy bankers of your imagination, actual bonuses and employment on Wall St. are not thriving. And the real primary cause of the crisis was the subprime mortgage meltdown, a direct result of well-meaning intervention in the mortgage market to “help” the less affluent. Government action hammered those it intended to help.

    Pres. Clinton reminded us that our most gifted politician can be persuasive. He combines detail and emotion better than anyone. He addressed the important question: “are we better off than we were when he took office? Listen to this…(APPLAUSE) … when President Barack Obama took office, the economy was in freefall. It had just shrunk 9 full percent of GDP. We were losing 750,000 jobs a month. Are we doing better than that today? AUDIENCE: Yes!” Slick Willie isn’t famous for a strict respect for truth. The economy is creating a few jobs, but not enough to keep up with population. And median income has fallen substantially since the recovery began in mid 2009. Bubba can sound convincing, as the interns found out……

  3. Anonymous

    do you think sandra and e warren got laid in high school

  4. AJ

    Michelle needs you to give up a meal and send your money to Barack. Maybe this could be a religious experience, fasting for Barak — something like Lent?

  5. anon

    BREAKING – Team Obama blames weather mix-up on Elizabeth Warren; rain dance was only 1/32nd effective

  6. I think they moved it indoors because they were afraid of lightning strikes from God when Obama started telling the big whoppers.

  7. Random Access

    Surprise! Steelworker Featured at DNC Didn’t Work for Bain

    He was a union organizer, hence, a professional killer of jobs.