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Limo Liberals Suffer from Obama Insomnia Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Oct 29, 2012, 08:21 PM
Ask Pelosi.jpgLimousine Liberals in California have enjoyed a life of privilege and luxury. However, some are beginning to feel anxious that President Barack Obama’s $1 billion re-election bid for the White House is falling apart. One California debutante confessed that she has trouble following up on her daily exercise routine.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, “there’s no shortage of their kind in the politically bluest parts of California. Liberals so freaked out about the prospect of President Obama losing his re-election bid that they can’t sleep at night. Can’t talk about anything else. Can’t stop parsing the latest polls.”

One of President Obama’s top campaign strategists, David Plouffe, described the nervous Obama supporters as “bed wetters.”

Kay Edelman claims she’s worse than a bed wetter.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, “for the past several weeks, the 60-year-ol San Francisco resident has frequently bolted awake in the middle of the night, in ‘a panic attack,’ she said. She darts for her computer and checks the latest polls. Some days she’s so distraught that she can’t exercise.”

Perhaps, Kay Edelman has good reason to worry. The Dallas Blog has just posted the most recent Ohio poll and Romney is leading Obama by two points. Good luck trying to exercise today Ms. Edelman.

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