West Virginia, where a prison inmate on the Democratic Primary ballot won 10 counties against a sitting President, is symbolic of Barack Obama’s unpopularity in vast swaths of the country. Obama is in trouble, and his popularity is as low as it can get among much of the population. Wayne Allyn Root shares the remarkable details and explains what it means for Obama.
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