A new poll was released this morning by The American Research Group showing significant damage done to Barack Obama in Pennsylvania over offensive comments made Friday about small town residents in that state. The neck-and-neck standings have changed to a 20 percentage point lead by Hillary Clinton, 57% to 37% with 4% undecided, and a surprisingly small 2% wanting someone else.
The comments by Obama were made at a
And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.
Speaking as a recently transplanted small town Pennsylvanian, I can honestly say that I believe, based upon the facts of the story, that Obama must have been speaking from his heart, being that he was among friends. His elitism seems typical of the Democrat party who these days seem only to appeal to some self-proclaimed intellectuals along with most minorities in large cities, with whom they avoid direct contact. What strange bedfellows these are. And how awkward it must seem for Barack Hussein Obama to be both a member of an avoided minority AND someone with a pampered upbringing. It still looks like he will win the nomination (but much too early to count out the