It’s Prolly Because North Carolina Is So Far Away From D.C.


Surprise: Dem Senator Won’t Attend Obama’s Speech in NC

Uhmm…… I’ve gotta a hair appointment or something!!!!

President Obama is giving a major address in North Carolina about the economy on Wednesday, and guess what? Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) won’t be attending.Surprise:

One of North Carolina’s most prominent Democrats doesn’t plan to attend President Barack Obama’s speech Wednesday in Raleigh.

A spokeswoman for U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan said Monday the senator won’t be at the president’s event on the North Carolina State University campus because she’ll be in Washington as the Senate meets this week.

The president is visiting North Carolina for what the White House calls “an event on the economy.”

Don’t let them run from this albatross!!!!  Tie him around their necks!!!  They (the Dem congressional officials) are, after all, partially responsible for this abject failure we’ve all come to know as president Zero, aka, Barack Obama.  Their lack of insight and lack of foresight has caused this disaster, they need to be held responsible. 

[W]hen Kay Hagan was asked whether she still supports Obamacare, she responded, “I would vote for it again.” —-source

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5 Responses to It’s Prolly Because North Carolina Is So Far Away From D.C.

  1. philjourdan says:

    NC Defected back to the red side. She is probably going to lose her job.

  2. leftinflagstaff says:

    Bush made them support him. And Global Warming wouldn’t let them stop.

  3. HankH says:

    She prolly doesn’t want to be caught in the line of fire of all those rotten cabbages and tomatoes the locals will be bringing to the speech.

  4. Bruce says:

    Duck and cover, nuclear war election coming… Got to get dissociated with that horribly radioactive Obamacare. The excuses they all come up with will be interesting.

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