A few months ago, we reported on a potential situation out of California that many speculated would point to the possibility of Michelle Obama running for Dianne Feinstein’s Senate seat. Feinstein was rumored to be retiring after 2015.
Real estate brokers in California even spoke about a fantastic estate that the Obamas had in escrow – a $4.35 million dollar custom-built home that had all the luxuries necessary for a liberal senator to reside quite happily.
If Alison is going to Campaign with Bill Clinton, she needs to make sure she does not wear a blue dress but that’s just my opinion.
Even better is Grimes’ excuse not to be seen with Obama in public: She doesn’t need a “surrogate,” yet she will be campaigning with Bill Clinton tomorrow.
Another Democratic senate candidate isn’t eager to have President Obama join her on the campaign trail. Kentucky’s Alison Lundergan Grimes wouldn’t say if she wanted him to stump with him, only furthering the impression that she has a “painfully cautious” candidate.
“I speak for myself, and don’t need any other surrogate to do that,” Grimes told MSNBC. “I stand in sharp contrast to the president and many of his ideas and platforms.”
Despite Grimes’ denial that she doesn’t need “any other surrogate” to bolster her campaign, she will be joined by Bill Clinton in Louisville on Tuesday.