A visual survey of a majority of the Obama offices around the state reveals that they are nothing more than an assortment of vacant spaces, offices for other candidates, and county party headquarters. In other words, the Obama presence in Indiana is a myth, a campaign of smoke and mirrors designed to give the impression that Indiana is up for grabs and Obama is investing millions to win here.
In Lake County, for example, the Obama campaign has taken up residence in Congressman Visclosky's headquarters. In South Bend, Obama is housed in the St. Joe County democrat headquarters. In New Albany, he's shacking up with Baron Hill. In Evansville, he's sharing space with Congressman Ellsworth and Jill Long Thompson.
Will Brian Howey or Mary Beth Schneider fess up to their readers about how they erred in relying on the propaganda fed to them by the Obama campaign and the Indiana Democratic Party? It looks like the campaign had no more than 10-day leases on some of the offices. Barack Obama's campaign is all about smoke and mirrors. Wake up America.