President Obama tries to support again

The more the President tried to help candidates the more they lose. This is not a one time thing his record for helping candidates to victory is horrible. You almost think the GOP challenger that should fear presidential support almost welcome the support. Throwing caution to the wind President Barack Obama heads to help Wisconsin Democrats as he celebrates Labor Day with the state’s union workers. State Republicans have two big targets as three-term Senator Russ Feingold, and the governor’s office, which is open for the first time in nearly three decades. Feingold faces a serious re-election challenge from Republican Ron Johnson. Feingold is going to be too busy to stand side by side with President Obama as we wonder if that is by design. Wisconsin has already lost 35,000 manufacturing jobs since President Obama has taken office in 2009. Statewide unemployment is at 7.8 percent but was at a 26-year high of 9.4 percent in March 2009. This is President Obama third visit to the state in a little over two months. Just three weeks ago, the president hosted a $250 per-plate fundraiser for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Barrett, who has been targeted by deep-pocketed outside groups. Polls show either Republican candidate Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker or former U.S. Rep. Mark Neumann is ahead of Barrett. We will see if this is another case of President Obama thinking he has more juice than he does.

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