It had to be somewhere
CNN's Gary Tuchman recently visited the most anti-Obama locale in the US: King County, Texas. It was here that the President received only 5 votes out of 139 cast in a sparsely populated pocket of northwest Texas.
"I thought he sounded more like a dictator than a president," said one county resident. When asked by Tuchman what he thought of Obama's first term, another replied, "It ain't worth a damn."
While one of the five King County Obama voters were apparently in attendance at an area basketball game, the individual declined to speak on camera. Says Tuchman of the vastly outnumbered pro-Obama voter: "He did not feel comfortable going public with his decision to vote for the man, who at least here, is a most unpopular president."