Bob Turner: My victory is definitely a referendum on Obama

Here’s the man of the hour on America Live after his victory last night in NY-09, and it’s all good news. He said that jobs and the economy were the biggest issues among all people in the district, but that Israel was also an important issue for many in the district. There is a large portion of Jews that reside in NY-09 and he says they simply don’t trust Obama anymore. Yeah, who can blame them?

In short, it was all about Obama as that is who Turner made his campaign about:

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  • Anonymous

    As the Fonze would say…Exactamundo!

  • Anonymous

    If Mr. Turner is, and I believe he is a harbinger of things to come the future just got a whole lot brighter.

    • Anonymous

      O’ is the kind of guy that can brighten the global room…by leaving it.

      Farewell and adieu…I feel the land sliding already. It’s either an earthquake, a birthquake, or a mirthquake…aaahahahahaha.

      I choose the latter 🙂

    • Anonymous

      O’ is the kind of guy that can brighten the global room…by leaving it.

      Farewell and adieu…I feel the land sliding already. It’s either an earthquake, a birthquake, or a mirthquake…aaahahahahaha.

      I choose the latter 🙂

  • Anonymous

    O’ is the kind of guy that can brighten the global room…by leaving it.

    Atack Watch, you know you deserve it!!!

  • Anonymous

    O’ is the kind of guy that can brighten the global room…by leaving it.

    Atack Watch, you know you deserve it!!!

  • Joe

    I lived in that district for many, many years – Schumer came from there – This is definitely a DemoCRAP strong hold since 1923.

    What a kick in the ass for the DemocRATS

    Don’t bother trying to convert the “ghoul aid” drinkers –

    Get out the vote in 2012
    “The end of an error” (quote from another commenter)

    • Anonymous

      Doood, I’ve used that quote too in my local paper. You’ve done it here approximately twice or thrice, and deservedly so… I love phrases like that. Pretty soon we’ll be able to drop the quotation marks. I wonder what the acceptable time frame for that is?

      The answer is probably -never- when considering the Holy Bible, Shakespeare and the like. Does this rise to those? Who cares. Daddy likee 🙂

  • Anonymous

    This is amazing! Now if only the nitwits in CT would wake up we’d be all set.

    • Anonymous

      Hoping that for CA too DebbyX. Not going to hold my breath, but the alarm clock is ticking toward 2012, tick tock.

  • Anonymous

    A tree grows in NY and it’s not an acorn producer, right on !! That’s a bright spot in the big apple.

  • Anonymous

    Love it!

  • Anonymous

    Love it!

  • Anonymous

    Love it!

  • Dan

    na na naa na….na na naa na HEY HEY… GOOD BYE

  • Wait wait wait… he got the Dem vote 3 to 1?

  • Wait wait wait… he got the Dem vote 3 to 1?

  • Anonymous

    This is definitely good news, but please remember that Mr. Turner was elected to represent his district, and he will represent his district about the same way that Anthony Wiener did if both of them are / were talking to the same constituents. Just as Scott Brown has done in Massachusetts, and rightfully so. These people are not supposed or intended to be our “leaders in Washington.” They are rightfully our “representation” in Washington. I remember when folks were upset about a vote that Brown entered in the Senate and Republicans everywhere were pitching a hissy fit. Hopefully for him and the people he represents he was voting the way they wanted him to. This is a Republic. Our country is not a Democracy. 😉 GB

    • Anonymous

      Sure, but Scott Brown got lots of national money in his campaign. If he turns around and stabs the Conservative cause in the eye, that money dries up, fast.

      Same for anyone else.

    • Anonymous

      Sure, but Scott Brown got lots of national money in his campaign. If he turns around and stabs the Conservative cause in the eye, that money dries up, fast.

      Same for anyone else.

  • Anonymous

    A Jewish Democrat cannot carry a district full of Jewish Democrats? The Good Jewish people have had enough of Obama and his slamming of Israel. pure and simple. Anybody but Obama in 2012.

  • Anonymous

    No political experience, not another republican in 90 years, but the left just can’t swallow the bitter pill and face the truth. Wait a minute…let them keep their heads up their…ahem…we’re safer that way.