Finished goal of running the distance of 2,080 miles from Lafayette, LA to Washington D.C and back!!! 339.1 miles

0.0 miles run this week.
Daily running average for the week is 0.00 miles per day.
Total amount run in the past 800 days is 2,419.1 miles.
Daily running average overall is 3.02 miles per day.

Day397 Friday 09/30/11

13 months!!!

ran 3.4 miles

Today marks 13 months of running against Obama. Yesterday I ran mile 1,200 and in 3 days I will hit day 400. I look at it as 13 months, 1,200 miles, and 400 days worth of reasons to get this guy out of the White House.

However, Barack Obama's departure from the White House may come earlier than scheduled. In an interview with Sean Hannity today, Dick Morris, Bill Clinton’s former campaign manager, speculated that Barack Obama will bow out of the 2012 presidential race under the pressure of Democrat leaders. Morris stated that Democrats no longer have confidence in Obama’s leadership skills.

“I asked a top Democratic strategist the other day and he thought that it was possible that, in January, Harry Reid comes to Obama and says, ‘Look you cost us control of the House last year, you’re going to cost us control of the Senate this year. For the good of the party you have to step aside’” said Morris.

Makes you wonder. This idea seems farfetched at this point in time, but it would certainly open up a whole new field of play for Democrats, especially Hillary Clinton, to jump into the presidential race.

Meanwhile, back in present times, Democratic Strategist (whatever that is), Cornell Belcher has accused Herman Cain of being racist. Belcher, a black man, accused Cain, another black man, of being a bigot and a racist towards black people for suggesting that the left has “brainwashed” the black community.

Belcher’s best argument in his interview with Anderson Cooper was when he compared Herman Cain’s words to a scenario in which Belcher might suggest that “all Jewish people are brainwashed”. He claimed that if he were to make a statement like that then he would not be invited back to CNN and the public would condemn him. The one blatantly obvious detail he is missing is that if he is not Jewish then of course he has no right to make such a claim because he has never walked in their shoes. But if he is then he has a right to express that opinion. Herman Cain is black and he is expressing his thoughts about the black community, as he has every right to do.

896.1 miles to go.

Here is what happened one year ago on Day32.

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