Thursday, July 15, 2010

Charlotte brings on consultants in effort to land 2012 Democratic convention

In its bid to land the 2012 Democratic National Convention, the City of Charlotte is bringing on two people very familiar with the Democratic National Committee.

Hired as consultants are Tom McMahon, former executive director of the Democratic National Committee, and Karen Finney, former communications director for the DNC.

The hirings are expected to be announced by Mayor Anthony Foxx at a 5 p.m. news conference at the Charlotte Chamber.

McMahon was the DNC's executive director from 2005-2009. Finney frequently appeared on TV news shows as a party spokeswoman.


Anonymous said...

how much is that going to cost the tax payers? I don;t want to pay for democrats to do any more damage than they already have.

How fitting for such a political convention.

Anonymous said...

I hope this scares all the rednecks out of town and further South. We have you right where we want you!!!

Anonymous said...

I hope we get it!!!!

Anonymous said...

Redneck idiot low class low IQ socialist racist liberals will be in hog heaven here in 2012 wont they?
After the drubbing in Nov 2010 these redneck libs will be feeing pretty bad in 2012 especially since their dumb messiah will be ejected from the WH who cant do anything without a teleprompter.

Gonna be fun.

What a GREAT big oil company who stoppe the leak and the redneck media said nothing except to try to use the Libya drilling to blame BP for the release. LIE !!!!


Anonymous said...

Arent the NC democrackkks afraid of being exposed for 150+ years of total oppression to the people of NC? ...and how they founded the KKK
and murdered over 200 black republicans to instill loyalty from the negroes? NC has a an amazingly horrifying democrat history (yes I know the people are too indoctrinated to realize it) second only to Louisiana. Such needs to be presented to the world.

DAvid P. McKnight said...

Charlotte could have the inside track on landing the 2012 Democratic National Convention, which should commemorate the 100th anniversary of the presidential nomination of that Southern scholar Thomas Woodrow Wilson of Davidson and Princeton following Wilson's tenures as president of Princeton and governor of New Jersey.

That 1912 Democratic National Convention in Baltimore a century also nominated for the second spot on the ticket Thomas Marshall of Indiana, who as Vice President was to utter the immortal words:

"What the country really needs is a good five-cent cigar."

To to honor the 100th anniversary of a Democratic ticket including two guys named Tommy, Democrats should resolve to bring their 2012 convention to Tommy Tomlinson's Charlotte in the heart of the Carolinas.

Anonymous said...

Does Charlotte really want to be tagged with the symbolic blame for Obama being a one termer and losing in 2012?

But please take down that ugly bent over queen statue at the airport. She looks like she just got socked in the gut and doubled over with pain.

Anonymous said...

"Does Charlotte really want to be tagged with the symbolic blame for Obama being a one termer and losing in 2012?"

That would be "Does Charlotte really want to take the credit and the thanks heaped on it by a jubilant nation when Obama becomes a one termer and loses in 2012?

David P. McKnight said...

Not only could a Democratic National Convention in Charlotte help North Carolina Democrats to keep the Tar Heel State in the Obama column again in 2012, the excitement emanating from all the speechifying, horn-blowing and general carrying-on at a Charlotte convention would surely echo across the Carolina-Carolina line into the heart of the Palmetto State, giving Democrats from Anderson to Charleston a rare opportunity to pull South Carolina into the Democratic column in the same way that S.C. went for JFK 50 years ago in 1960.

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