Obama DNC Speech In Charlotte Moved Indoors For 30% Chance of Rain

September 5, 2012 9:04 pmViews: 7

Interesting news out of Charlotte North Carolina, the DNC Convention has moved Obama's headliner speech on Thursday from the Bank of America Stadium with a capacity of 75,000 people into the current convention location at Time Warner Cable Arena. DNC officials are saying that is because of a severe weather threat. But the truth is there is only a 30% chance of rain on Thursday. So, what is going on here?

The first problem is that Obama has a huge ego and must think he is more popular than he really is. And secondly, there was a story out a day ago or so ago that said DNC and Obama campaign officials were trying to bus in students and black church members from as far away as Atlanta, but they were having trouble finding enough people to bring Bank of America Stadium up to full capacity and to get it to happen logistically.

Just think about it, how bad would that look to have the president giving his acceptance speech, or whatever they call it for a second term, at the DNC Convention and have the stadium be half empty?

It is funny that Andrea Mitchell reported on NBC News tonight that there was a severe weather threat and the DNC was concerned about keeping people safe, but they didn't mention that there was a only a 30% chance of rain after 5pm in Charlotte and that the rain chance drops to a measly 10% at the time President Obama is scheduled to give his speech.

Sounds like Barack Obama isn't as popular as everyone thinks he is. Maybe all those presidential polls are completely wrong.

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