Over the last two days, Virginia's moonbatosphere has been boldly predicting that 50,000 people would show up for today's Obama campaign rally at the Nissan Pavillion, near Haymarket, in Prince William County.
Turns out, only about 10,000 people showed up, and is reflected on page one of the Internet version of the story. The only hint in the disappointing crowd size in the current WaPo story is this:
State and local transportation officials had braced for a major backup on Interstate 66, but traffic was like that of a normal rush hour.Reference to the crowd expected by the moonbatosphere appears on page two of the Internet story, noting that one attendee had "heard reports that as many as 50,000 people were expected at the rally."
So much for "Obama fever." More like a mild headache.