Obama Campaign Kickoff Fizzles

NY Times Describes Obama Campaign Kickoff: “had the feeling of a concert by an aging rock star”

Cult of Personality: Obama sycophants swoon over a video of Obama at Ohio State University, Saturday, May 5, 2012 in Columbus, Ohio. (Haraz N. Ghanbari - AP)

That’ll leave a scar!

Via New York Times:

President Obama sought to rekindle the passion of his 2008 victory on Saturday with a pair of huge rallies in battleground states that signaled a new, more politically aggressive phase of the campaign and a sharpened critique of Mitt Romney. […]

At times, the rallies had the feeling of a concert by an aging rock star: a few supporters were wearing faded “Hope” and Obama 2008 T-shirts, and cheers went up when the president told people to tell their friends that this campaign was “still about hope” and “still about change.”

h/t: Bluegrass Pundit

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