Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Obama's paid crowd

College students from across North Carolina will arrive in Charlotte by the busload. Same with members of predominantly black churches in neighboring South Carolina. Their goal: help fill a 74,000-seat outdoor stadium to capacity when President Barack Obama accepts the Democratic nomination Thursday night.
Anything short of a full house on the final night of the Democratic Party's national convention will be instant fodder for Republicans eager to use empty seats as symbols of waning voter enthusiasm for Obama.

Unlike last year when P.O. filled stadiums on his own, this year they have to import an audience  for his big night.  This year, he is whining about Romney raising more money than him; unlike in 2008 when he out raised McCain by 300-400%.

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