South Dakotans May Not Like Obama, But They’d Like to See the President

Greg Jaffe, writing for The Washington Post:

There’s hardly a state in America that’s more hostile to Obama than South Dakota, where the president’s disapproval rating hovers around 70 percent and the local Republican Party last summer passed a resolution calling for his impeachment.

But even in an era of almost unprecedented political polarization, people still want to see their president. That was especially true in Watertown, which had never hosted a sitting commander in chief.

Just when you thought there was no hope, that all was lost.