Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Democrats who are behind in the polls are now suggesting the president should do something with his behind.
Rhode Island's Democrat candidate for governor, Frank Caprio, is so incensed that the president won't endorse him that he said Obama "can take his endorsement and really shove it," and added that the president completely ignored Rhode Island during a recent flood but is now "treating us like an ATM machine."
Specifically, the president is visiting the state for a $500-per-person fundraising rally, followed by a $7500-per-plate fundraising dinner, followed by $20,000-per-person unicorn rides.
Okay, we made that last one up. We hope.
But to be entirely fair, we have to admit that with only days to go until the midterm elections, Barack Obama has finally made good on his original campaign promise to unite the parties; now Republicans and Democrats are telling him to "shove it."