Laughable in oh-so-many ways:
Democrats frustrated by Obama's "Big Bird" campaign turnAnd we also have the following, dated October 9, 2012:
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In 2008, singer will.i.am provided Barack Obama's presidential campaign with music for its signature anthem, "Yes We Can." On Tuesday, at a rally for Obama in Columbus, Ohio, the performer chose to play something new: the theme song for "Sesame Street."
For Obama's supporters, already dismayed by the president's halting performance in last week's debate with Republican Mitt Romney, that change in tune is a new source for concern as they fret that a children's TV show has become a new backdrop for their candidate's campaign.
In a moment of tightening polls and climbing anxiety for Obama's supporters, the president's decision to grant Big Bird a starring role in his campaign this week has presented another reason to reach for the Alka-Seltzer....
When President Barack Obama stepped off the stage in Denver last week the 60 million Americans watching the debate against Mitt Romney already knew it had been a disaster for him.Furthermore, dated October 2, 2012:
But what nobody knew, until now, was that Obama believed he had actually won....
Obama: Debate prep can be 'a drag'Remember this from 2011? Sheesh.
With President Obama holed up in a Nevada resort for debate practice, things can get pretty boring on the White House beat right now.
Pretty boring for Obama too, apparently.
"Basically they're keeping me indoors all the time," Obama told a supporter on the phone during a visit to a Las Vegas area field office.
"It's a drag," he added. "They're making me do my homework."
Obama then stumbled on the number of days until the election -- "what is it, 34?" he said, before being given the correct number, 36.
"So whatever it is," Obama said...
A more fitting tune for Obama's re-election campaign, if not his entire first term, is the theme music from Looney Tunes.