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Reverse Midas: Obama to Campaign for Beleaguered Sen. Bennet in Colorado
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Oh, goody.

The man whose in-state appearances helped doom Democrats Jon Corzine in New Jersey, Creigh Deeds in Virginia, and Martha Coakley in Massachusetts is now scheduled to campaign for flailing Democrat Sen. Michael Bennet here in Colorado.

President Obama will bring his reverse Midas Touch to the mountain West next month, according to the Denver Post:

The White House has confirmed that President Barack Obama will visit Colorado in February to attend an event with U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet.

White House spokesman Adam Abrams said Thursday that the details are still being worked out.

Craig Hughes, Bennet’s campaign manager, says Obama will be in Colorado to campaign for the senator, who is running for election. A date hasn’t been set.

The latest Rasmussen poll shows Bennett getting blown away by his GOP rivals.

He said he would fall on his sword for Obamacare in November.

Then, he had second thoughts after the Massachusetts miracle.

No worries. Seems like voters have made up their minds — and if the Obama kiss of death holds, Sen. Bennet will soon be relieved of duty.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Health care, Politics