Barack Obama must be getting really nervous about his reelection prospects.
On Saturday, his campaign announced that former President Bill Clinton and rock legend Bruce Springsteen will be headlining a get-out-the-vote event in Parma, Ohio, Thursday.
To be sure, the White House would love to regain some of the momentum it got after Clinton spoke at the Democratic National Convention last month.
As for Springsteen, his "We Take Care of Our Own" released months ago was considered to be an Obama campaign theme song.
In 2008, he appeared at an Obama event in Cleveland that drew 80,000 people.
As such, I'm sure Bill and Bruce will put on quite a show.