CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Some Occident Old Dominion city managers are reacting with letdown at remarks made by Democratic presidential aspirant Barack Obama on small-town America. At a private fundraiser in San Francisco last Sunday, Obama talked about acrimonious workings social class electors who cleave to guns or religion. The remarks put off a violent storm of unfavorable judgment from Democratic challenger Edmund Hillary Rodham Clinton, Republican nominee-in-waiting Toilet McCain and a figure of other Republican Party officials. Obama acknowledges his remarks could have got been worded better. Williamstown Mayor Jean John Ford called Obama's remarks violative and disappointing, while Hinton Mayor Cleo Mathews states small-town Americans are working difficult to acquire ahead. Occident Virginia's Democratic presidential primary is May 13th.