Obama-Springsteen Concert in Ohio Draws 15,000… Down 65,000 From 2008

The arena holds 21,000 but only 15,000 showed up.

In this Nov. 2, 2008, file photo then-Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama on stage with his wife Michelle Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha, hugs Bruce Springsteen at a rally at the Cleveland Mall, in Cleveland, Ohio. (Star-Tribune)

Barack Obama held a rally-concert today in Columbus, Ohio. 15,000 supporters turned out to see Springsteen, Jay-Z and Barack Obama at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus.

The Obama-Springsteen concert in Cleveland back in 2008 drew 80,000 people.
That means they lost 65,000 supporters between 2008 and 2012.

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  • Tricky Dick

    Bruce can go screw himself. Washed up has been POS!

  • Ghost

    But, get a look at Fairfax, Northern Virginia at the George Mason University basketball arena today.
    the line went on and on and on… ya’ gotta get those pix
    30,000 – 50,000 -really

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg


    BS again??

    is that all there is on election eve??

    whatever i posted in here goes double, especially this..


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  • usamopatriot

    Bruce who?

  • Linda

    Bruce…ready to sing Hit The Road Jack?

  • http://partizensunite.proboards.com/index.cgi MustComment

    And these two “preach” to us!!!? IF THEY REALLY CARED… Mrs. Obama would be in NYC or New Jersey right now helping out all of the poor victims (especially women!!) by handing out food and clothes, etc.. Nope, she and her daughters have joined her husband at a Springsteen concert/campaign stop in Ohio. Figures. Just more proof that these people don’t give a damn about others who are hurting!

  • http://mainfo.blogspot.com/ Opus#6@AmericanPerspective


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  • Nelson

    Pubbies keeping a stiff upper lip in the face of defeat.

  • Rainmom

    This comment came in an email today:
    “I think the best thing would be for Obama to get voted out, and then President Romney would make him Ambassador to Libya since we have a vacancy there!”

  • Mama Grizzly

    Wondering if Bruce believes the Obama hype–cuz’ if he did he’d give me money. I mean, I haven’t had the opportunities he’s had. It’s not fair. He should give me at least 1/3 of what he has… Share the wealth. But seriously: WHY OH WHY doesn’t the Bamster EVER attack sports stars and owners, rock and roll stars, tv stars, film stars, news personalities and owners, about their “UNFAIR” wealth. No. It’s just business owners. Job creators. We’re poor as dirt and I’m totally freaked out, but it’s no one’s problem but ours. Generosity to the less fortunate should be a choice. When the government makes it mandatory, you will see people’s heart grow very very cold.

  • valerie

    The news is in the supermarket tabloids: BO didn’t just use cocaine, he sold it, he went to college as a foreign student, and he stole money from the college.

    I think it was the Globe.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg


    November 5, 2012

    Obama scorched as ‘delusional’ on final day

    ‘This is worthy of men in the white coats’


  • pksawyer

    #11 That is the comment of the day. I am going to use it.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg


    OT.. (not really)

    November 5, 2012

    Republicans See Early Vote Surge Trending for Romney

    [The Associated Press reports that thousands of people waited for
    hours in long lines during the last weekend of early voting in Ohio.

    At some sites Sunday, lines snaked for several city blocks and it took
    hours to cast a ballot. In Cleveland, more than 2,500 people braved
    the cold in a line that stretched two blocks on Sunday afternoon.

    In Akron, voters waited an average of two hours to vote Sunday. In
    Columbus, 15,000 people waited in line for as long as two hours from
    Friday through Sunday to cast early ballots in a state that could decide
    the presidential election.

    In Cincinnati, several thousand voters waited for as
    long as four hours in sometimes-rainy chilly weather.

    About 1.6 million people have voted early in Ohio.

    In Indiana, residents have only a few more hours to cast early ballots
    for this year’s hotly contested presidential, Senate, governor’s and
    other races.

    Voters can cast early in-person ballots for Tuesday’s election until noon
    Monday at county courthouses and other locations around the state.

    In Indianapolis, the number of residents who’ve cast early ballots so far
    is down from 2008. But Marion County Clerk’s office spokeswoman Angie
    Nussmeyer tells The Indianapolis Star that’s likely due to this year’s lack
    of satellite voting centers in Indianapolis, not reduced voter interest.

    The Evansville Courier & Press reports that early voting in southwestern
    Indiana’s Vanderburgh County appears poised to eclipse the number of
    early ballots cast in 2008.]

    much more at link..


  • Mad Hatter

    On October 4th of this year, Obama drew 30,000 in Madison Wisconsin, today he drew 18,000.

    Now the Cleveland crowd dwindling down from 80,000 to just 15,000 in Cuyahoga County which is a very big Democrat strong hold.

    It’s such a big Democrat strong hold, Obama won Cuyahoga County 441,836 to 196,369 just four years ago, now he can’t draw over 12,000 there for a rally.

    And Obama is trailing big time in early voting in Cuyahoga County compared to 2004.


    Tomorrow is going to be fun, LOL.

  • Mad Hatter

    ***now he can’t draw over 15,000 there for a rally*** typo

  • Mad Hatter

    Columbus crowd dwindling, not Cleveland. Still, any drop from 80,000 to 15,500 is massive in one of the most important swing states in the nation.

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