President Obama Told to "Shove It"

Comments: 1,239  | Leave A Comment
Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Frank Caprio.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Frank Caprio.

Frank Caprio, Democratic gubernatorial candidate, is bitter after finding out that President Obama will not back him in the upcoming elections next month.

Obama was in Rhode Island yesterday to visit a manufacturing facility and make remarks at a fundraiser, but didn’t receive the warmest welcome from Mr. Caprio.

“He can take his endorsement and really shove it,” Caprio told Providence radio station WPRO Monday morning.
 
Still, Obama hasn’t officially come out and announced that’s he’s supporting a specific canidate in the race, but Caprio is leading by a thin margin of 1.7 points as reported by RealClearPolitics.
 
Caprio has already voiced his opinions about Obama after Rhode Island had one of the worst recorded floods in U.S. history and the president didn’t even do a fly-over like President Bush did after Hurricane Katrina.

“What I’m saying to President Obama very clearly is I’ll wear it as a badge of honor and a badge of courage that he doesn’t want to endorse me as a Democrat,” Caprio said, “because I am a different kind of Democrat.”

Share your thoughts with us here at TheBuzzCincy.com – the online home of 1230AM WDBZ The Buzz. Link up with Cincinnati’s community and inspiration station by checking us out on TheBuzzCincy.com. Let us know here or check out the conversations with 1230AM WDBZ’s network of friends on on Facebook, or join our group page here – 1230AM WDBZ The Buzz Group Page.

For faster updates, follow us on Twitter (@1230amWDBZ). As always, keep up with us on BlackPlanet and check out all of our video exclusives on YouTube.

Tell us what you enjoy most about our coverage and post your comments below right here at TheBuzzCincy.com – the online home of 1230AM WDBZ The Buzz, Cincinnati’s community and inspiration station.

Join the Conversation! Share and Discuss!

Tags: » » » » » » » » »

Comments

blog comments powered by Disqus