Obamaphobia from beyond the grave

William R. writes:

I thought you might like this vignette from an otherwise routine article on Obama’s declining popularity and its effect on the mid-terms (“Obama on voters’ minds,” by A.B. Stoddard).

A reader passed along an obituary this week for a man who died last month in Rome, Ga. Donald Unsworth was 78—husband, father, grandfather, veteran, former police officer, safety director of the Floyd County Police Department and owner of both Rome Driver’s Training School and Carter’s Hardware and Auto Parts. The obituary said Unsworth would always be remembered for his generosity and his willingness to help needy families and friends, and suggested donations to the American Cancer Society. Additionally, Unsworth asked to be remembered in two years, requesting that contributions be made in his name to whoever is running against President Barack Obama in 2012.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 07, 2010 12:27 PM | Send

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