Why is Nancy Pelosi’s daughter still fighting the 2012 election? President Obama was reelected, and he followed up his A+ week of Supreme Court victories with great news on the jobs front. At a speech in Wisconsin, he crowed about the unemployment rate dropping to its lowest level in seven years and trolled Republicans who said Obamacare would cost thousands of jobs, saying, “Play back the tape.”
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker defended his own state’s unemployment rate on social media during the president’s speech, but tonight, it was Sen. Bernie Sanders speaking before a crowd of about 7,500 in Portland, Maine, who got in the most serious jabs at the president, essentially calling his numbers bogus. Could President Obama #FeelTheBern?
Here’s a good attempt.
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