Saturday, May 12, 2012
President remains popular in West Virginia
A convicted felon from Texas garnered 41% of the vote against Barack Obama in last week's West Virginia Democratic Primary...
Keith Judd, who is serving a 17-year sentence at the Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution in Texas for making threats, actually, got nearly 41% of the vote against Obama in the West Virginia Primary.
Even the governor and US Senator From WV (both Democrats) are not saying whether they will be supporting the President in November. A spokesman for governor Earl Ray Tomblin said he wanted to wait and see how the War ended before making his decision. When asked if he was talking about Iraq or Afghanistan, Tomblin said, "Hell no! I'm talking about the Civil War."