The 2012 Barack Obama reelection campaign is coming up short on money, thus we now have the Obama Event Registry. If you are getting married, or have a birthday or anniversary coming up, you can now list your celebration on the Obama Event Registry and allow people to make campaign contributions in your honor to Barack Hussein Obama. So forget about getting that Kitchen-Aid stand-blender with accessories. Insist that your friends and family donate their hard-earned money to Obama instead. What a joke!
In April, 2011, when the Obama reelection campaign was formally launched, their publicly stated goal was to raise One Billion Dollars by November, 2012. So, divided by 19 months, that would mean Obama would have to raise on average some $53.6 Million dollars each month. But throughout 2011, the campaign barely averaged $28 Million per month. Despite holding over 150 fund raisers, more than George W. Bush and Bill Clinton combined during the same time frame, Obama is coming up short. He′s not alone!
Obama′s cash needs are also sucking the money-wind from the sails of the rest of the Democrat National Committee. A report this morning by Harris Nichols of Bloomberg News says that the DNC is short some $27 Million dollars needed for holding the convention later this summer. One event at scheduled to be held at the 74,000 seat Charlotte Motor Speedway may be canceled. We could be seeing a repeat of 1996, when Bill Clinton sabotaged the rest of the Democrat ticket by hogging the money for the presidential race leaving Senate and Congressional candidates in a cash-crunching lurch.
Could this be one more reason why more and more Democrats are distancing themselves from Barack Hussein Obama? Is the Obama Event Registry just the latest in crass narcissism which is the hallmark of the Obama White House? When will Democrats wise up to the reality that Obama is not only bad for America, but he will also drag the Democrat Party to new depths unseen since Jimmy Carter? The Obama campaign will end in failure and set back Democrats 25 years.