30% Chance Of Rain Brings President’s Speech Indoors

By | September 5, 2012

Politico reports this morning:

“Democratic officials confirm to POLITICO that President Obama’s prime time address will be moved indoors to the Time Warner Center. The Thursday address was scheduled to be at Bank of America stadium — an outdoor venue with more than 70,000 seats. But forecasts are predicting thunderstorms, forcing a last minute change in venue.”

However, per the National Weather Service, Charlotte only has a 30% chance of thunderstorms tomorrow evening. This is weird considering the outdoor speech would be made “rain or shine”, but a 30% chance of scattered thunderstorms is enough to bring the event indoors.

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One thought on “30% Chance Of Rain Brings President’s Speech Indoors

  1. MIKE JOHNSON

    Well IWBFD…(I will be forever d***)…Apparently God did give these idiots sense enough to get out of the rain….Shame He stopped there…

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