Has Obama lost 'Obama Girl'?

If President Barack Obama (D) has lost "Obama Girl" has he lost the rest of the country?

Remember Amber Lee Ettinger, the dark haired young lady who breathlessly sang  for all the world to hear--and see--of her crush on then candidate Obama four years ago?  Her several minute video was a youtube sensation.

Well, that was then, this is now. And now, the slightly more mature Ms. Ettinger seems to be a bit crushed by the one time object of her oh so deep, oh so public affection.

Amber Lee Ettinger, widely known as "Obama Girl" during the 2008 presidential campaign, told The Daily Caller she is "not as excited as I was the last time, that's for sure."

(snip)

This time, however, Ettinger won't say if she still supports Obama.

"At this point I'm keeping that to myself," she told TheDC. "If I'm not making videos, I'm not sure it's anyone's business who I'm voting for this time around."

"I think in the next few months it's going to be very interesting to see what happens," Ettinger said. "I'd like to get out there and see what the young voters think about both candidates... I might need to break out my flip cam and take a road trip."

Hmmm, maybe she will become a "Romney Woman."



If President Barack Obama (D) has lost "Obama Girl" has he lost the rest of the country?

Remember Amber Lee Ettinger, the dark haired young lady who breathlessly sang  for all the world to hear--and see--of her crush on then candidate Obama four years ago?  Her several minute video was a youtube sensation.

Well, that was then, this is now. And now, the slightly more mature Ms. Ettinger seems to be a bit crushed by the one time object of her oh so deep, oh so public affection.

Amber Lee Ettinger, widely known as "Obama Girl" during the 2008 presidential campaign, told The Daily Caller she is "not as excited as I was the last time, that's for sure."

(snip)

This time, however, Ettinger won't say if she still supports Obama.

"At this point I'm keeping that to myself," she told TheDC. "If I'm not making videos, I'm not sure it's anyone's business who I'm voting for this time around."

"I think in the next few months it's going to be very interesting to see what happens," Ettinger said. "I'd like to get out there and see what the young voters think about both candidates... I might need to break out my flip cam and take a road trip."

Hmmm, maybe she will become a "Romney Woman."



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