Hollywood Backfires on Obama


<p>Hollywood insiders who support
President Obama are worried his reliance on celebrity fundraisers could
backfire. </p><p>The<a href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/President-barack-obama-hollywood-…; Hollywood Reporter</a> says there is concern among some of the
president's most ardent backers that $40,000 a plate fundraisers with "A"
listers like Sarah Jessica Parker and George Clooney could paint the president
as out of touch with everyday Americans.</p><p>A&nbsp;veteran executive said, "It's a
mistake, he is supposed to be a man of the people and he is hanging out with
Anna Wintour, \&nbsp;is he trying to turn the election to a celebrity reality show?" </p><p>
(h/t <a href="http://nation.foxnews.com/obama-fundraisers/2012/06/16/abc-news-critici… News</a>) </p>

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